ABSECON, NJ — One man is dead and a driver is in the hospital after a pedestrian accident in Absecon, New Jersey on Sunday, May 4th, 2014, according to a news article from CSN Philly.
Officials have said that they have reason to believe that one man was killed when he was struck by a vehicle when he was walking along or trying to cross Route 30 around 7:00 Sunday evening.
Scene of the Accident
The pedestrian was killed in the crash, while the driver of the vehicle sustained unspecified injuries and was taken by EMS to nearby Atlanticare Regional Medical Center.
New Jersey State Police are currently investigating the accident, and expect to release their findings sometime soon.
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