A 23-year-old Ewing man was thrown from his car and killed in an early morning crash on Interstate 95 Friday, officials said. Dylan Kathiari was killed in the single car crash at 5:44 a.m. in the southbound lanes of the highway in Hopewell Township at mile marker 4.8, New Jersey State Police said. According to State Police, Kathiari's Toyota Avalon veered to
One person was killed and six others were injured in a two-vehicle auto accident Sunday evening in the township. The crash occurred at about 5 p.m. north of Circle Drive and south of Birch Run Drive on Possumtown Road, police Sgt. Michael Smith said. Authorities are not yet releasing any information on the person killed, Smith said.
Duncan Smythe was driving to a Fourth of July gathering at a friend’s home in Sussex County when he saw a car veer across the road on Route 80 and strike a Toyota on the shoulder with a great amount of force. The driver of the vehicle on the shoulder, Michael O’Brien, was outside of his car adjusting his bicycle when he was
Tyrone Heard was found in his first-floor apartment at the Seth Boyden Apartments when firefighters went in to extinguish the blaze, Acting Essex County Prosecutor Robert D. Laurino and Newark Public Safety Director Anthony F. Ambrose said. He was pronounced dead at 1:33 a.m. after officials were notified of the fire at 12:55 a.m., authorities said. The cause of Heard's death is pending an autopsy. The Newark Fire Department
Two brothers were bicycling near the cliff at Mills Reservation County Park when one of them went over the side and suffered a fatal fall, officials said Monday. Police and firefighters responded to the scene around 9:15 a.m. and rappelled down the cliff. A 49-year-old man was found dead at the scene, the Essex County Sheriff's Department said. Police say they don't believe
Authorities say a Jersey City police officer was driving more than twice the speed limit and ran a red light at the time of the March 2 collision that led to his eventual arrest and suspension from the force. The information about the incident involving Lt. Raymond J. Mahan, 56, is found in a criminal complaint made available by the Hudson County Prosecutor's Office. Mahan
A woman from New York is suing Target because one of its concrete bollard balls came loose from a Target store and damaged her vehicle. The court papers claimed that Eilen Grady was driving her 2015 Nissan Rouge slowly through one of Target’s parking lots when a two-ton red bollard ball smashed into her driver’s side door. “Red bollards are installed by