Howell, NJ — Authorities report that Ronald Tremblay Jr. was killed in an accident that took place Wednesday night on Alexander Avenue.
The car was being driven by Joseph Gonsalves. Brandon Roselli was another passenger in the vehicle. The accident happened when Gonsalves lost control his car and ran into a tree. Tremblay, who was sitting in the back seat at the time, was not wearing a seat belt, and suffered serious head injuries. He was transported to Kimball Medical Center where he later died.
Emergency workers arriving on the scene found that all three men had to be extricated from the vehicle.
The accident is still under investigation. Authorities have said that it didn’t appear that speed was a factor.
Scene of the Accident
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