On the west side of the state, three people were injured and a child killed after being struck by an automobile. The ages of the victims range from 2 to 18. The cause of this car accident is still being reviewed by New Jersey law enforcement officials.
People in New Jersey and across the country often get distracted by a number of small activities while in their vehicles. While there is only one thing a driver should be focused on, diverting one's eyes from the road is something most seem to do for one reason or another. A seemingly small and insignificant activity can have big consequences, such as causing a car accident.
An accident in New Jersey on July 20 had a major impact on early morning traffic, causing significant delays at what is usually a very busy intersection. The car crash is said to have involved multiple vehicles. It is believed that several people suffered injuries in the wreck.
Nobody ever wants a motor vehicle accident to occur on a busy New Jersey roadway since it can result in injuries or even death. It is especially tragic when a child is injured in a car crash. Unfortunately, this is precisely what happened in a recent collision.
In May of 2010, New Jersey was the first state to adopt measures to address the number of accidents involving teenage drivers. Under Kyleigh's Law, new drivers must attach small red decals to the license plates of the cars they are driving. The intention of this measure is to alert officials to the fact that the driver is subject to restrictions related to driving at night, and the number of passengers allowed, with the ultimate hope of avoiding another car accident.
One of the greatest mathematicians of our time, Mr. John Nash, and his wife were killed in an accident in New Jersey. Investigators are still looking into the car crash. At this time, charges have not been filed against the driver believed responsible for the tragedy.