• July 18, 2017

One Killed, Four Hurt in Interstate 280 West Orange, NJ Truck Accident

West Orange, NJ -- A crash between a passenger car and a tow truck claimed the life of an unidentified person and left four people with injuries Saturday, July 15, 2017.

The incident happened on Interstate 280 in West Orange, NJ. According to local officials, a 2007 Chevy Impala was traveling along 280 when it collided with a tow truck on the shoulder. The unnamed driver of the Chevy was killed in the incident, while three of the vehicle's passengers were injured.

A pedestrian also reportedly sustained minor injuries in the crash.

Local authorities are investigating the incident to determine the cause.

More information may be forthcoming as the investigation concludes.

map of the area


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