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New Jersey car accidents now more common

| Aug 29, 2017 | Car Accidents |

In New Jersey, charges have been filed regarding a motor vehicle crash that killed two. Most people may never have their lives touched by car accidents, but several families’ lives will never be the same as a result of this tragedy. Loved ones are mourning the loss of two women who died in the crash. The driver has been charged with death by auto.

Police are still investigating what occurred in the early-morning hours, but it is believed that a 23-year-old woman was driving recklessly and was also intoxicated. The sedan found at the scene was registered to her. The car had rolled over in the early morning hours, and all four people in the auto were ejected. One person died on the scene, another was rushed to a local hospital and died there, and a third was treated and released. The driver remained in the hospital.

Reportedly, the two young women who were killed had recently graduated high school in May. Friends, who remembered them fondly, erected a memorial and hung posters with condolences in their honor. A vigil took place while others brought balloons and candles. Amongst all this, fresh tire tracks at the crash scene were evident.

Life is precious, especially young lives taken in tragic car accidents. Now, several families, classmates and friends in New Jersey are mourning the loss of two of their own. Families, who have suffered this type of tragedy, may find some solace by consulting a personal injury attorney who may help them seek answers as they try to deal with the loss of a loved ones.

Source: northjersey,com, “Garfield woman charged in Paramus fatal crash“, Keldy Ortiz, Aug.28,2017

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