Morristown, NJ – Woman Killed in Fatal Pedestrian Crash on Ann StreetNew Jersey Legal News
Morristown, NJ (June 8, 2019) – Officials have stated that an 80-year-old woman was killed in a fatal pedestrian crash that took place on Ann Street.
The accident took place yesterday, June 7th, around 2:00 p.m. The county prosecutor’s office lieutenant, Kristi Allegretta, was driving a Ford Explorer owned by the country when she turned onto Ann Street and struck the woman who had been crossing the street.
The woman has since been identified as 80-year-old Galina Kustanovich. She was immediately transported to the Morristown Medical Center with serious injuries and passed away around 9:30 p.m. last night.
The investigation into the accident continues at this time.
Our sincerest condolences are warmly extended to the family and friends of the victim of this accident, with hopes of finding peace and comfort during this difficult time.
Pedestrian Accidents in New Jersey
Pedestrian accidents have a high chance of leading to serious results, especially due to the fact that pedestrians are some of the most vulnerable parties on our roads. In one year across New Jersey, approximately 500 fatal pedestrian accidents took place. If you have lost somebody you love in a fatal pedestrian accident, you might be feeling confused about the outcome of your case. You and your family have rights at this time.
Our attorneys at Brady, Brady & Reilly are completely dedicated to handling every aspect of your life after you have lost somebody you love during this challenging time. Pedestrian accidents can be life-changing and take place in the blink of an eye. Please reach out to us for more information at (201) 997-0030.
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