SADDLE BROOK, NJ — Sean Hernandez was killed in a wrong-way accident with a tractor-trailer in Saddle Brook, New Jersey on Wednesday, October 1st, 2014. The report from North Jersey said the accident happened around 1:30 Wednesday morning.
25-year-old Sean Hernandez was killed when the car he was driving hit a tractor-trailer on Interstate 80. Hernandez’ vehicle was driving the wrong way on the highway and struck a westbound tractor-trailer head-on in the left lane. The tractor-trailer then jackknifed, resulting in a fuel spill.
Officials pronounced Hernandez dead on the scene after the accident.
New Jersey Department of Transportation officials are still investigating the accident.
Scene of the Accident
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