BURLINGTON CITY, NJ. (THECOUNT) — The two Burlington victims in a violent crash on Route 130 have been identified as Maryann Mullica, 69, and 78-year-old, Evelyn Miller.
Mullica and Miller where traveling in a vehicle driven by 55-year-old Lisa Burdett, of Pennsauken, when the double-fatal crash occurred near Columbus Road and US-131, in Burlington City Tuesday afternoon.
Mullica was transported from the scene to Lourdes Medical Center, Willingboro Campus, and was pronounced dead a short time later.
Miller was transported from the scene to Capital Health Regional Medical Center, Helene Fuld Campus, and died the next morning.
Burdett was also transported to Capital Health Regional Medical Center, Helene Fuld Campus, and was in stable condition Thursday afternoon.
The driver of the dump truck, who has not been identified by police, was not injured, remained on the scene, and was cooperative with investigators, police said. No one has been charged in connection with the accident as of Thursday. Continue reading
Qua Hubbard has been named by the Borough police as the PA man sought in the brutal beating of his roommate in Ashley.
28-year-old Al-Quadir Hubbard, aka “Qua,” is accused of severely beating his roommate earlier this week in an attack that left the woman hospitalized.
Investigators described Hubbard as being 5 feet, 6 inches and weighing 160 pounds. He has a neck tattoo reading, “11-30-07,” according to police.
Hubbard is accused of attacking his 46-year-old roommate during an assault that took place on South Main Street in the early morning hours Wednesday. The woman remained hospitalized as of Friday, according to police. Continue reading
Ian Kreutzer has been named as the New Jersey Man found dead in Pensacola Bay earlier this week. He was 44.
Pensacola Police have identified Kreutzer as the man who was found Tuesday afternoon near Bay Bluffs Park.
The cause of death is still under investigation, but police said there were no obvious signs of trauma.
A plane crashed in Carlstadt, New Jersey, on Monday afternoon, and multiple buildings were on fire, police said.
At least three people are dead and at least 100 injured after an NJ Transit train crashed into the Hoboken terminal in New Jersey.
Thursday’s morning crash came at the height of rush hour, and left tons of twisted metal and piles of bricks. The highly trafficked terminal collapsed in the horror wreck.
Preliminary reports suggest the 8:45 a.m. crash – involving train No. 1614 on the Pascack Valley Line from Spring Valley – was accidental or caused by operator error, according to five law enforcement officials. They stressed it was early in the investigation, though. Continue reading
New Jersey man, Leroy “Blast” Bill Black, was so popular with the ladies, that when he passed away, his wife and his girlfriend both placed two different obituaries side-by-side in the same newspaper.
Black died of cancer at his home at the age of 55. The Egg Harbor Township resident’s funeral will be held this Sunday in Atlantic City.
The Press of Atlantic City printed two obituaries for the man in the same edition of the newspaper on Friday. One was written by his wife, the other by his girlfriend. Continue reading
Dozens of travelers are being evacuated from air trains running at Newark Liberty Airport on Wednesday night.
Reports say that at least five trains are currently stuck. The cause of the outage has not yet been released.
The trains run in between the various terminals at the airport. Police ordered to have power turned off before removing passengers from the trains. Continue reading
IndyStar is reporting that Gov. Mike Pence will in fact be Donald Trump‘s selection for vice president.
A press conference will be held Friday to formally announce the Republican candidate’s decision.
Gov. Mike Pence is dropping his re-election bid in Indiana to become Donald Trump’s running mate. Continue reading
#BREAKING Students in Alvarado injured in school bus crash on Hwy 67 near CR 2738. Several headed to hospital according to superintendent. Developing.
A serious accident has shut down the New Jersey Turnpike in South Brunswick.
New Jersey State Police closed the inner and outer southbound lanes of the New Jersey Turnpike north of interchange 8A. EMS is on scene. Several vehicle could be seen overturned.
Early police reports indicate at least one overturned vehicle and multiple injuries. Traffic is back up for at least two miles. Residual traffic delays are reported on Route 535 and Route 32.h/t mycentraljersey
This is a breaking news story. Update to come.