Marlboro, NJ – UPDATE: Neal Haynes Killed in Crash on Tennent Rd
Marlboro, NJ (June 12, 2020) – Local authorities in Marlboro Township have identified the motorcyclist who was killed in a collision on Sunday, June 7th. Officials were called to the scene of the crash at around 4 p.m. on Tennent Road. Neal Haynes, 34, was reportedly killed in the accident.
Haynes was traveling down Tennent Road when he was struck by a Volvo S40 sedan, somewhere between Wooleytown Road and Greenwood Road. Haynes suffered life-threatening injuries in the accident. He was transported to Jersey Shore University Medical Center where he was later pronounced dead.
An ongoing investigation into the crash is underway.
We would like to extend our deepest condolences to the family of Neal Haynes at this time.
New Jersey Deadly Motorcycle Accidents
Each year, an estimated 2,500 motorcycles are involved in crashes in New Jersey each year. Nearly half of these crashes take place at intersections because at least one driver failed to stop. Nearly 90% of riders have no formal education on operating a motorcycle.
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