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TRENTON, NJ. (THECOUNT) — New Jersey China Dragon restaurant owner, Fei “Peter” Ni, has been identified as the victim in a fatal crash near Monroe, New Jersey on Wednesday.
Ni, 39, was killed following a two-vehicle crash involving a semi-tractor while traveling on Interstate 75 near Monroe on Wednesday.
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Ni’s Toyota SUV slammed into a semi-truck that was illegally parked at the entrance of an I-75 rest area near Monroe.
Michael Vosburg, 36, Lawrence, Mich., claimed he was sleeping in his 18-wheeler when he was awoken by an impact to the rear vehicle. He was uninjured in the deadly crash.
Vosburg was issued a traffic citation for parking in a no-parking zone, according to reporting by Journal-News.
The restaurant will be closed for three days, according to a sign on the front door:
A sign on the door says the restaurant will be closed for three days due to a family emergency. Another sign says donations are being accepted at Trenton’s Domino’s Pizza, which used to be located next to China Dragon before the pizza chain opened a new location on State Street.Three large poster boards read “Trenton Loves You,” and more than 100 people wrote notes to Ni and hi family.
The investigation is ongoing.
Geo quick facts: Trenton is the capital city of the U.S. state of New Jersey and the county seat of Mercer County. it briefly served as the capital of the United States in 1784 – Wikipedia.
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