Milburn, NJ – Fatal Pedestrian Accident at Milburn Train StationNew Jersey Legal News
Milburn, NJ (October 11, 2019) – Around 6:45 a.m. this morning, police responded to a fatal pedestrian accident at the Milburn train station that involved a New York-bound train.
The Morris & Essex train 6610 was traveling east when it struck a man on the train tracks. There were 400 passengers and crew members on the train at the time.
Police are not sure why the man was on the tracks at the time. The New Jersey Transit police are taking a closer look at the circumstances of the incident.
Police have confirmed that the man was pronounced dead at the scene of the collision.
We would like to offer our condolences to the family of the deceased victim at this time.
Pedestrian Accidents in New Jersey
Hundreds of pedestrians lose their lives and many others are hospitalized each year. Accidents involving trains are among some of the most severe due to the fact that these large vehicles can easily cause great harm to a pedestrian. If somebody you love has lost their lives in a fatal pedestrian accident, it is essential to seek help from an experienced wrongful death attorney as soon as possible to retain your rights.
Our attorneys at Brady, Brady & Reilly have helped many victims in serious accidents as they seek justice for a variety of aspects. These accidents can leave a huge impact on a person’s life on emotional, physical, and financial levels. You may be able to compensate on behalf of your loved one to take care of damages like lost wages, medical bills, funeral costs, and more depending on the circumstances of your case. Please contact our attorneys to find out how we can help at (201) 997-0030.
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