• April 21, 2022

One Killed in 18-wheeler Accident on NJ Turnpike in Robbinsville, NJ

Robbinsville, NJ -- April 21, 2022, one person was killed as the result of an accident involving an 18-wheeler along the NJ Turnpike.

Authorities responded to the area of Exit 7A on northbound lanes of the NJ Turnpike. The cause of the crash remains unclear at this time. It appears an 18-wheeler crashed, but it's unclear if any other vehicles were involved. Due to the crash, reports confirmed one fatality. That person's identity and whether or not other were hurt is not clear at this time. No further information is currently available.

Commentary on Fatal 18-wheeler Accident on NJ Turnpike in Robbinsville

Robbinsville, NJ 18-wheeler Accident Kills 1 on NJ Turnpike

This soon after a serious truck wreck, I wouldn't expect to see much information. The key, however, is making sure experienced professionals are already working to sort through the details. Quite frankly, the authorities don't always provide the tools or time to look into something as intricate as a commercial vehicle wreck, which is why I'm always encouraging people to consider independent accident reconstructionists. There is no doubt a family out there in need of answers and potentially others in need of assistance. Getting them all the resolutions they need means ensuring nothing important slips through the cracks. In the meantime, are there any locals or witnesses that can shed some light on what went wrong here?


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