Manville, NJ (August 29, 2023) – Frank Roman Jr., chief of county detectives for the Somerset County Prosecutor’s Office, reported on Sunday that two people died in a three-car crash that occurred near Manville on Friday.
Manville Police Lt. John Crater reported that on August 25, around 1:30 p.m., an accident involving a Mercedes, Honda Pilot, and Chevrolet Traverse was reported at the junction of North Main Street and Dukes Parkway eastbound, next to the McDonald’s in Manville. The fire departments of Manville and Finderne responded to assist in freeing at least two trapped motorists.
All three drivers were seriously hurt in the accident. A North Star chopper took one of the drivers to RWJUH New Brunswick, which is part of the Robert Wood Johnson Health System. RWJUH Somerset received the other two patients before declaring them deceased at the hospital.
The accident is being looked into by the Somerset County Accident Response Team (CART), and no further details were released.
Our deepest condolences are extended to the loved ones of the deceased victims. Our thoughts go out to the injured victims and their families in hopes of their full recovery.
Multi-Driver Crashes in New Jersey
Every day, people in the Garden State are injured or killed in traffic accidents involving cars, trucks, motorbikes, and buses. Despite efforts by governments, manufacturers, and traffic experts to encourage safe driving, thousands of people sadly lose their lives or are injured in these events every year.
More than 5,000 of the over 32,000 annual fatal traffic incidents in the United States occur in New Jersey. In a single year, more than 60,000 people were hurt, and New Jersey’s transportation regulators recorded more than 276,000 incidents.
Despite improvements in vehicle and roadway safety, the number of traffic accidents continues to rise, presenting a concern to all motorists.
If an accident causes you injury, you may be able to seek compensation under the law. Get in touch with a lawyer as soon as possible who has experience with cases like yours. The sooner you get representation and competent help, the more time your legal team will have to investigate, organize, and present the information necessary to support your claim.
Your attorney will also deal with any other parties, such as your own or the other driver’s insurance company, on your behalf. A competent lawyer can talk to these people and get you what you deserve, even if you weren’t at fault, via negotiation and by contacting your insurance carrier.
If you or a loved one has been wounded in an accident that wasn’t your fault, you should contact a personal injury attorney in Manville without delay. Spear Greenfield Personal Injury Attorneys is prepared to protect your rights and facilitate a speedy recovery in the event of an accident. It’s natural to feel lost and upset after an accident that wasn’t your fault, but you can rest assured that we will be there for you every step of the way.
Please contact us at (215) 600-0681 to learn more about how our New Jersey accident lawyers may assist you and your loved ones.
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