Park Ridge, NJ – Man Killed in Fatal Train Accident at Park Ridge Station

Park Ridge, NJ – Man Killed in Fatal Train Accident at Park Ridge Station

Park Ridge, NJ (June 18, 2019) – Police confirmed that a man was struck and killed in a fatal train accident that took place at the Park Ridge Station in Bergen County.

According to police, the fatal accident took place this morning, around 7:25 a.m. The train, identified as a Pascack Valley line train, contained 180 passengers and left Spring Valley about 15 minutes before the accident.

Police are not sure what caused the accident and are still trying to determine why there was a person on the tracks at the time. They temporarily suspended service in both directions. A coroner was called to the scene and the man was tragically pronounced deceased while there.

The investigation into the circumstances of the accident continues at this time.

Our sincere condolences are warmly extended to the family and friends of the man whose life was taken in this accident.

Train Accidents in New Jersey 

Park Ridge, NJ – Man Killed in Fatal Train Accident at Park Ridge StationIn one year, hundreds of train accidents take place across the State of New Jersey. These accidents sometimes involve pedestrians, and they also involve vehicles as well. The force of the impact can cause serious injuries and even wrongful death in the blink of an eye. If you have lost a loved one in one of these fatal accidents in New Jersey, you have rights to compensation during your time of need.

Our attorneys at Brady, Brady & Reilly understand how overwhelming it can be to face the aftermath of a serious accident, especially for the family members who have had to say goodbye to a loved one. If you believe that negligence played a role in your case, you have rights to compensation under the law. Contact us for more information in your time of need at (201) 997-0030.

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