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1 FATAL MOTOR VEHICLE CRASH COMPARATIVE DATA REPORT FOR THE STATE OF NEW JERSEY 2 COMPILED BY THE NEW JERSEY STATE POLICE FATAL ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION UNIT

2 CHRIS CHRISTIE Governor KIM GUADAGNO Lt. Governor State of New Jer sey OFFICE OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL DEPARTMENT OF LAW AND PUBLIC SAFETY DIVISION OF STATE POLICE POST OFFICE BOX 768 WEST TRENTON NJ (69) JEFFREY S. CHIESA Attorney General COLONEL JOSEPH R. FUENTES Superintendent Dear Reader: The 2 calendar year was another successful year for the nation in the reduction of fatal motor vehicle crashes. It is encouraging to see that nationwide, fatalities were down for the sixth straight year. In 2, New Jersey recorded 586 fatal collisions that resulted in 627 deaths. This is an increase of 56 fatal collisions and 7 fatalities, averaging out to.7 motor vehicle fatalities per day. The law enforcement community, and certain non-profit organizations, will remain committed in their respective traffic and public safety efforts. Through enforcement and education of the motoring public, we will continue to work toward the reduction of motor vehicle fatalities on our roadways. As traffic-related deaths continue to be the leading cause of accidental deaths in New Jersey and the nation, we must continue our efforts in traffic safety awareness. In 2, the recorded nationwide death toll on our roadways was approximately 32,3 fatalities. This is an approximate.7% decrease from 2. In addition, it is approximately,398 fewer deaths than were recorded 5 years ago in 26. On the following pages, you will find statistics concerning this past calendar year's fatal motor vehicle crashes. The information was compiled by the Fatal Accident Investigation Unit within the Division of State Police. This report constitutes a detailed look at the causes and results of fatal crashes throughout the state during 2. With the continued efforts and cooperation of the public, and federal, state and local agencies, I am convinced that our traffic safety record will improve in the years ahead. Sincerely, Joseph R. Fuentes Colonel Superintendent "An Internationally Accredited Agency" New Jersey Is An Equal Opportunity Employer Printed on Recycled Paper and Recyclable

3 TABLE OF CONTENTS STATISTICAL SUMMARY 2 Quick Facts... 2 Motor Vehicle Fatal Crashes and Fatalities with a Comparison of the Crashes and Fatalities... 2 Crash Victim Classification by Month... 3 Crashes and Fatalities by Month of Occurrence... 3 Crash Victim Classification by County... 4 Crashes by County of Occurrence and Roadway Classification... 5 Fatalities and Injuries According to Crash Type Classification... 6 Hours of Occurrence... 7 Weather Conditions... 7 Day of Occurrence... 8 Age of Driver Victims... 8 Age of Pedestrian Victims... 8 Sex of Pedestrians... 9 Condition of All Drivers... 9 Alcohol Factor... Victim Alcohol Factor, 27-2 Comparison... Victim Alcohol Factors for the Year 2... Alcohol Involvement of Deceased Drivers Related to Manner of Collision... 2 Manner of Collision... 2 Type of Vehicles Involved (Including Parked)... 3 Character of Road... 4 Road Designation... 4 Age of Drivers... 5 Sex of Drivers... 5 What Drivers Were Doing... 6 What Pedestrians Were Doing... 6 Contributing Circumstances... 7 SPECIFIC AREAS OF CONCERN Interstate Highway Fatalities... 8 Pedalcycle Accidents... 2 Motorcycle Accidents... 2 Tractor-Trailer Accidents Safety Equipment Usage Age Group Fatal Accidents and Persons Killed for Selected Holiday Periods Ten Year Experience Fatal Crash Investigation Summary by Troop Fatal Crashes by County, Municipality, Date, Time and Location... 3 Map - Fatalities by County... 4

4 QUICK FACTS Nationwide, the fatality rate remained at a historic low of.9 fatalities per hundred million vehicle miles traveled. Nationwide preliminary statistics indicate there were 32,3 people killed. In New Jersey, there were 586 fatal crashes with 627 people killed. There was an increase of 56 fatal crashes and an increase of 7 fatalities. Of the fatalities, 3. % had consumed alcohol to some extent. Of all drivers, 6.2 % were legally intoxicated. An average of.72 persons were killed every day. There were 9 fatal crashes involving 97 motorcycles. Pedalcyclists accounted for 7 fatal crashes. The pedestrian death toll was 43. There were a total of 4 hit and run fatal crashes involving 62 vehicles. The victims were comprised of 5 drivers, 2 passengers, 32 pedestrians and pedalcyclist. Of the 879 drivers listed, 36 New Jersey drivers and 4 out-of-state drivers were suspended. There were 2 drivers without valid licenses. There are 39,24 miles of public open roads in the state of New Jersey, indicating one death for every 62.6 miles. Straight roads were involved in 59.2 % of all fatal crashes. Of all fatal crashes, 85. % occurred during clear weather conditions. Of the known drivers involved in fatal crashes, 73.7 % were males. Of the vehicles involved in fatal crashes, 5.8 % involved passenger cars. There were 3 tractor-trailers involved in 26 fatal crashes which resulted in 28 fatalities.

5 SUBJECT Statistical Summary of 2 Motor Vehicle Fatal Crashes and Fatalities with a Comparison of the 27-2 Crashes and Fatalities. Statistics Fatal Crashes Fatalities TREND IN FATALITIES 2 Year Trend 2

6 VICTIM CLASSIFICATION BY MONTH - 2 Month Driver Passenger Pedalcyclist Pedestrian Totals January February March April May June July August September October November December Totals CRASHES AND FATALITIES BY MONTH OF OCCURRENCE Month January February March April May June July August September October November December Crashes Fatalities

7 Atlantic Bergen Burlington Camden Cape May Cumberland Essex Gloucester Hudson Hunterdon Mercer Middlesex Monmouth Morris Ocean Passaic Salem Somerset Sussex Union Warren County Crashes Killed Driver Passenger Pedestrian Pedalcyclist CRASH VICTIM CLASSIFICATION BY COUNTY Victim Classification

8 CRASHES BY COUNTY OF OCCURRENCE AND ROADWAY CLASSIFICATION County Atlantic Bergen Burlington Camden Cape May Cumberland Essex Gloucester Hudson Hunterdon Mercer Middlesex Monmouth Morris Ocean Passaic Salem Somerset Sussex Union Warren Interstate State County Municipal Toll Roads Other S NOTE: US roadways are included in the State Highway column. Other roadways include State, County and Municipal Parks and Institutions and US Government Property. Breakdown in Percentages of 586 Crashes during 2 5

9 FATALITIES AND INJURIES ACCORDING TO CRASH TYPE CLASSIFICATION Total Crashes Total Fatalities Total Injured Type Pedestrian Other Motor Vehicle Railroad Train Parked Vehicle Pedalcycle Animal Fixed/Other Object Non-Collision Other In 2 there were 586 fatal crashes in which 627 persons were killed and 57 persons injured. 6

10 HOURS OF OCCURRENCE Time Of Occurrence : to 2:59 a.m. : to :59 a.m. 2: to 2:59 a.m. 3: to 3:59 a.m. 4: to 4:59 a.m. 5: to 5:59 a.m. 6: to 6:59 a.m. 7: to 7:59 a.m. 8: to 8:59 a.m. 9: to 9:59 a.m. : to :59 a.m. : to :59 a.m. 2: to 2:59 p.m. : to :59 p.m. 2: to 2:59 p.m. 3: to 3:59 p.m. 4: to 4:59 p.m. 5: to 5:59 p.m. 6: to 6:59 p.m. 7: to 7:59 p.m. 8: to 8:59 p.m. 9: to 9:59 p.m. : to :59 p.m. : to :59 p.m. WEATHER CONDITIONS Clear Rain Snow Fog Other Total

11 DAY OF OCCURRENCE Day of Occurrence Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday AGE OF DRIVER VICTIMS Number Killed Age Of Driver 6 and under Age and older AGE OF PEDESTRIAN VICTIMS Number Killed Age Of Pedestrian and older Unknown

12 SEX OF PEDESTRIANS CONDITION OF ALL DRIVERS Sex Male Female Condition Unknown Apparently Normal Alcohol Use Drug Use (Illicit) Medication Alcohol & Drug/Medication Use Physical Handicaps Illness Fatigue Fell Asleep Other Drivers YEAR TREND Intoxicated Drivers Involved in Fatal Crashes 9

13 ALCOHOL FACTOR There were 627 fatalities during 2. Of the fatalities, 362 were drivers, 5 were passengers, 43 were pedestrians and 7 were pedalcyclists. Of this total, 536 were tested for alcohol and 9 were not tested. Of the 536 tested, 95 were positive for alcohol in varying degrees and 34 were negative. This indicates that 36.4 % of the fatalities tested were positive for alcohol and 63.6 % were negative. Seventy-Two drivers, 6 passengers, 2 pedestrians and 2 pedalcyclists tested positive for drugs. In 67 of the 586 crashes, Driving While Intoxicated (alcohol and/or drugs) was listed as the major contributing factor. There were 87 people killed as a result of these 67 crashes..) DRIVERS: Deceased: There were a total of 362 drivers killed of which 326 were tested for alcohol. Of those tested, 2 were positive and 25 were negative, indicating 37. % had consumed an alcoholic beverage. Of the 2 imbibing drivers, 4 or 86. % had an alcohol level of.8 % or higher. Surviving: There were a total of 57 surviving drivers of which 74 were tested for alcohol. Of those tested, 47 were positive and 27 were negative, indicating 27. % had consumed an alcoholic beverage. Of the 47 imbibing drivers, 38 or 8.9 % had an alcohol level of.8 % or higher. 2.) Passengers: There were a total of 5 passengers killed of which 66 were tested for alcohol. Of those tested, 9 were positive and 47 were negative, indicating 28.8 % had consumed an alcoholic beverage. 3.) Pedestrians: 4.) Pedalcyclists: There were a total of 43 pedestrians killed of which 3 were tested for alcohol. Of those tested, 5 were positive and 8 were negative, indicating 38.9 % had consumed an alcoholic beverage. There were a total of 7 pedalcyclists killed of which 3 were tested for alcohol. Of those tested, 4 were positive and 9 were negative, indicating 3.8 % had consumed an alcoholic beverage. SURVIVING DRIVER ALCOHOL FACTORS.% -.3%.4% -.7%.8% -.%.% & over Negative No test Total Drivers EVALUATION: 2 showed a 4.7 % increase in alcohol-related fatalities. The number of fatal accident victims with blood alcohol readings above the legal limit increased from 33 in 2 to 58 in 2, an increase of 8.8 %. Deceased drivers with alcohol involvement showed a 28.7 % increase when compared to 2. ALCOHOL & DRUG USE: Seven surviving drivers, 29 deceased drivers, 7 passengers, 7 pedestrians and pedalcyclists tested positive for alcohol and drugs (Illicit & Medication). Twelve surviving drivers, 43 deceased drivers, 9 passengers, 3 pedestrians and pedalcyclists tested positive for drugs (Illicit & Medication) alone. LEGEND NEGATIVE: Tested and found to be negative. NO TEST: NOTE: Because of delayed death, age factor, contamination of samples, and the failure on the part of some investigative agencies and medical examiners to cause a test to be performed on victims. Seventy-two drivers, 6 passengers, 2 pedestrians and 2 pedalcyclists tested positive for drugs.

14 Drivers Passengers Pedestrians Pedalcyclists VICTIM ALCOHOL FACTOR 27-2 COMPARISON. % -.3 %.4 % -.7 %.8 % -. % Due to the Blood Alcohol Content (BAC) threshold changing in 24, the values prior to 24 are not shown. Please see prior year's reports for these values.. % and Over Negative No Test Drivers Passengers Pedestrians Pedalcyclists There were victims that tested positive for drugs. VICTIM ALCOHOL FACTORS FOR THE YEAR 2.% -.3%.4% -.7%.8% -.%.% & over Negative No Test Drivers Passengers Pedestrians Pedalcyclists

15 ALCOHOL INVOLVEMENT OF DECEASED DRIVERS RELATED TO MANNER OF COLLISION Manner of Collision Angle Same Direction - Rear End Opposite Direction - Head On/Angular Opposite Direction - Left/U-Turn Fixed Object Pedestrian Railroad Train Pedalcycle Struck Parked Vehicle Overturned Other Object Sideswipe Encroachment Animal Backing. -.7 %.8 % and above Alcohol & Drugs Drugs Alone NOTE: Drivers that test positive for both alcohol and drug use are counted in both the appropriate BAC column and in the Alcohol / Drugs column. MANNER OF COLLISION Manner of Collision - All Crashes Angle Same Direction - Rear End Opposite Direction - Head On/Angular Opposite Direction - Left/U-Turn Fixed Object Pedestrian Other* Sideswipe Overturned * Other categories include - Struck Parked Vehicle, Backing, Encroachment, Animal, Pedalcycle, Other Object and Railroad Train. 2

16 TYPE OF VEHICLES INVOLVED (Including Parked) Passenger Vehicle Recreation Vehicle Taxicab / Limo Motorcycle Moped Pickup Sport Utility Vehicle Van Fire / Rescue Police Vehicle Ambulance Bus School Bus Single Unit 2-Axle Single Unit 3-Axle Truck / Trailer Truck (Bobtail) Semi-Trailer (Tractor-Trailer) Doubles Triples Heavy Truck Other Fatal Crashes ,

17 CHARACTER OF ROAD Road Character Straight and Level Straight and Grade Straight at Hillcrest Curve and Level Curve and Grade Curve at Hillcrest Intersection Other Fatal Crashes ROAD DESIGNATION Road Designation Interstate State County Municipal Toll Roads Other Fatal Crashes NOTE: US roadways are included in the State Highway column. *Other roadways include State, County and Municipal Parks and Institutions and US Government Property. 4

18 AGE OF DRIVERS Fatal Crashes Age of Driver 6 and under Age and over Unknown* , SEX OF DRIVERS Fatal Crashes Sex of Driver Male Female Unknown , * Unknown includes hit-and-run and parked vehicle crashes where driver information is not known or applicable. 5

19 WHAT DRIVERS WERE DOING Fatal Crashes Driver Pre-Crash Action Going Straight Ahead Making Right Turn Making Left Turn Making U Turn Starting From Parked Starting In Traffic Slowing or Stopping Stopped in Traffic Parking Parked Changing Lanes Entering Traffic Lane Backing Driverless / Moving Passing Negotiating Curve Driving on Shoulder Right Turn on Red 2 Other Unknown WHAT PEDESTRIANS WERE DOING Fatal Crashes Pedestrian Pre-Crash Action Crossing at Marked Crosswalk Crossing at Unmarked Crosswalk Crossing Where Prohibited Other Pedestrian Action in Roadway Pedestrian Off Of Roadway Other Pedestrian Action

20 CONTRIBUTING CIRCUMSTANCES Contributing Circumstances Unsafe Speed Driver Inattention Failed to Obey Traffic Control Failed to Yield Right of Way Improper Lane Change Improper Passing Failed to Use Turn Signal Improper Turn Following Too Closely Unsafe Backing Improper Vehicle Lights Traveling Wrong Way Improper Parking Failure to Keep Right Other Driver Action Mechanical Failure Road / Environmental Factor Pedestrian Violation Pedalcyclist Violation NOTE: In some crashes, alcohol and/or drug involvement may have contributed to the crash, however other driving actions are the proximate cause of the crash. For a detailed analysis of alcohol and drug related crashes, see the alcohol factors report on page. 7

21 SPECIFIC AREAS OF CONCERN INTERSTATE HIGHWAY FATALITIES The Interstate Highway System of New Jersey is % completed, with miles open to the motoring public. During 2, the death rate averaged 6.25 deaths per month and death for every 5.6 miles of highway. A concise analysis of victim classification, alcohol involvement, driver ages, contributing circumstances and manner of collision is outlined on the following page. INTERSTATE HIGHWAY MILEAGE Highway Number Mileage Open Fatal Crashes by Highway I I I I I I I I I I-95 includes sections of the New Jersey Turnpike. 8

22 INTERSTATE HIGHWAY FATALITIES 2 Interstate Fatal Crashes: 68 Interstate Fatalities: 75 Victim Classification Age of Drivers Drivers 53 6 & under Passengers 3 7 Pedestrians Pedalcyclists Contributing Circumstances Unsafe Speed Driver Inattention Improper Lane Change Improper Passing & over Unknown Failed to Use Turn Signal Manner of Collision Following Too Closely Angle 2 Traveling Wrong Way 2 Same Direction - Rear End 3 Failure to Keep Right Opposite Direction - Head On / Angular 3 Mechanical Failure Opposite Direction - Left / U-Turn Road / Environmental Factor Fixed Object 24 Pedestrian Violation 6 Pedestrian 6 Pedalcyclist Violation Sideswipe 5 Other / Unknown 9 Overturned 9 No Improper Driving 37 Other 6 68 Drivers Passengers Pedestrians Pedalcyclists Victim Alcohol Factors.% -.3%.4% -.7%.8% -.%.% & over Negative No Test One driver tested positive for alcohol and drugs (Illicit & Medication). Five drivers, passenger and pedestrian tested positive for drugs (Illicit & Medication) alone. 9

23 FATAL PEDALCYCLE CRASHES Pedalcycle Crashes Fatalities & over Unknown Age of Victim Classification of Victim Drivers Passengers Contributing Circumstances No Improper Driving Driver Inattention 2 4 Failed to Yield Right of Way Failed to Obey Traffic Control Failure to Keep Right 2 Improper Turn Other Unknown ALCOHOL/DRUG INVOLVEMENT Of the 7 pedalcyclist fatalities, 3 were tested. Of those 3 tested, tested positive for drugs only, 3 tested positive for alcohol only and tested positive for alcohol and drugs. Eight were negative for alcohol and/or drugs and 4 were not tested. 2

24 FATAL MOTORCYCLE CRASHES Motorcycle Crashes Fatalities Age of Drivers * * Includes one car driver and one car passenger. Classification of Victim & under Over * * Includes one car driver. Manner of Collision '7 '8 '9 ' ' Angle Same Direction - Rear End Opposite Direction - Head On/Angular Opposite Direction - Left/U-Turn Fixed Object Pedestrian 2 Other* Sideswipe Overturned Drivers Passengers * * Includes one car passenger. Contributing Circumstances '7 '8 '9 ' ' Unsafe Speed Driver Inattention Improper Lane Change Improper Passing Failed to Use Turn Signal Following Too Closely 2 Failure to Keep Right Mechanical Failure Road/Environmental Factor 2 Pedestrian Violation Pedalcyclist Violation Other/Unknown No Improper Driving Drivers Passengers Victim Alcohol Factors.% -.3%.4% -.7%.8% -.%.% & over Negative No Test Five deceased drivers and passengers tested positive for alcohol and drugs (Illicit & Medication). 9 deceased drivers and passengers tested positive for drugs (Illicit & Medication) alone. 2

25 FATAL TRACTOR-TRAILER CRASHES Tractor-Trailer Crashes Fatalities Manner of Collision '7 '8 '9 ' ' Angle Same Direction - Rear End Opposite Direction - Head On/Angular Opposite Direction - Left/U-Turn Fixed Object Pedestrian Other Sideswipe Overturned Tractor-Trailer Contributing Circumstances '7 '8 '9 ' ' Unsafe Speed 2 2 Driver Inattention Improper Lane Change 2 Improper Passing Failed to Use Turn Signal Following Too Closely Failure to Keep Right Mechanical Failure 2 Road/Environmental Factor Other/Unknown No Improper Driving Victim Classification Drivers Passengers Other Victim Classifications Drivers Passengers Pedestrians Pedalcyclists Other Involved Vehicle Contributing Circumstances '7 '8 '9 ' ' Unsafe Speed 2 3 Driver Inattention Improper Lane Change 2 2 Improper Passing Failed to Use Turn Signal Following Too Closely 2 Failure to Keep Right Mechanical Failure Road/Environmental Factor Other/Unknown No Improper Driving Pedestrian Violation No Pedestrian Violation

26 Drivers Passengers TRACTOR-TRAILER VICTIM ALCOHOL FACTORS VICTIM ALCOHOL FACTORS.% -.3%.4% -.7%.8% -.%.% & over Negative No test OTHER VICTIM ALCOHOL FACTORS VICTIM ALCOHOL FACTORS.% -.3%.4% -.7%.8% -.%.% & over Negative No test Drivers Passengers Pedalcyclists Pedestrians One passenger tested positive for drugs. Safety Equipment Used Unknown None Lap Belt Harness Lap Belt & Harness Child Restraint Helmet Airbag Only Airbag & Seatbelts Safety Vest (Ped only) Unapproved Helmet Other Total SAFETY EQUIPMENT USAGE Driver survived Driver killed Passenger killed Based on the various sources of information (accident reports, observations, interviews, evidence), the seat belt data may not be completely reliable. 23

27 7-2 AGE GROUP Listed below are the 7 to 2-year-old drivers involved in fatal motor vehicle crashes. Year Total fatal crashes 7-2 drivers Total drivers involved Number of drivers drunk* Total Drivers Involved Number of Drivers Drunk* *.8 & over 7 years old 8 years old 9 years old 2 years old FATAL CRASHES WITH ALCOHOL INVOLVED 2 7 years old 8 years old 9 years old 2 years old Crashes VICTIM CLASSIFICATION 2 7 years old 8 years old 9 years old 2 years old Drivers Passengers

28 FATAL CRASHES AND PERSONS KILLED FOR SELECTED HOLIDAY PERIODS IN NEW JERSEY Holiday Fatal Crashes Persons Killed Memorial Day (3) (3) (3) (3) (3) 72 Hours 72 Hours 72 Hours 72 Hours 72 Hours Fourth of July () (3) (3) (3) (3) 24 Hours 72 Hours 72 Hours 72 Hours 72 Hours Labor Day (3) (3) (3) (3) (3) 72 Hours 72 Hours 72 Hours 72 Hours 72 Hours Thanksgiving (4) (4) (4) (4) (4) 96 Hours 96 Hours 96 Hours 96 Hours 96 Hours Christmas (4) (4) (3) (3) (3) 96 Hours 96 Hours 72 Hours 72 Hours 72 Hours New Year's (4) (4) (3) (3) 96 Hours 96 Hours 72 Hours 72 Hours Figures in parentheses show the number of whole days in each holiday period. 25

29 TEN YEAR EXPERIENCE Years Fatal Crashes Fatalities Drivers Passengers Pedestrians Pedalcyclists Motorcycles* Mopeds* ,344 6,838 3,846,322, * Included in "Driver Totals" - If passenger, included in "Passenger Totals." Alcohol Involvement 33.4% 32.5% 3.9% 33.% 3.3% 28.5% 3.7% 27.9% 3.6% 3.% 3.3% 26

30 NJSP FATAL CRASH INVESTIGATIONS SUMMARY BY TROOP LEGEND EXPRESSWAY Atlantic City.... Expressway CR County Road Garden State..... Parkway.... PIP Palisades Interstate Parkway New.... Jersey Turnpike.... MP Milepost.... SH State..... Highway.... Date Time Station Road MP TROOP A Municipality County Contributing Circumstances /28/2 /3/2 /3/2 2/3/2 2//2 2/22/2 3/25/2 4/2/2 4/2/2 4/23/2 5/7/2 5/7/2 5/4/2 5/24/2 5/3/2 6/5/2 6/22/2 6/28/2 7/2/2 7//2 7/5/2 7/5/2 7/9/2 7/3/2 7/3/2 8/9/2 8/2/2 8/26/2 9/7/2 /2/2 /2/2 /5/2 /2/2 /29/2 2/5/2 2/8/2 2/8/2 2/9/2 2/2/2 2/26/2 2/3/ PORT NORRIS BRIDGETON BUENA VISTA WOODSTOWN BELLMAWR WOODSTOWN BELLMAWR WOODSTOWN WOODSTOWN BRIDGETON BRIDGETON A.C.E. PORT NORRIS BRIDGETON WOODBINE WOODBINE BUENA VISTA BRIDGETON BELLMAWR WOODSTOWN WOODSTOWN BUENA VISTA PORT NORRIS BELLMAWR WOODBINE BRIDGETON PORT NORRIS BELLMAWR BELLMAWR WOODSTOWN PORT NORRIS BELLMAWR BELLMAWR PORT NORRIS WOODSTOWN BUENA VISTA BUENA VISTA PORT NORRIS BELLMAWR BRIDGETON BELLMAWR SH 55 CR 66 CR 56 CR 657 CR 6 CR 58 CR 64 CR 669 CR 67 EXPRESSWAY SH 347 CR 626 W SUNRISE RD SH 5 CR 557 CR 69 SH 55 SH 45 SH 54 SH 55 SH 42 SH 347 CR 553 CR 692 SH 55 SH 4 SH 47 I-676 SH 42 SH 347 SH 49 CR 68 N CUMBERLAND RD CR 555 SH VINELAND CITY UPPER DEERFIELD TWS WINSLOW TWSP MANNINGTON TWSP CHERRY HILL TWSP UPPER PITTSGROVE TW LAWNSIDE BORO QUINTON TWSP UPPER PITTSGROVE TW HOPEWELL TWSP FAIRFIELD TWSP EGG HARBOR TWSP MAURICE RIVER TWSP HOPEWELL TWSP UPPER TWSP UPPER TWSP WEYMOUTH TWSP VINELAND CITY MANTUA TWSP OLDMANS TWSP PILESGROVE TWSP BUENA VISTA TWSP MILLVILLE CITY GLOUCESTER TWSP DENNIS TWSP FAIRFIELD TWSP LAWRENCE TWSP GLASSBORO BORO WEST DEPTFORD TWSP PILESGROVE TWSP MAURICE RIVER TWSP CAMDEN CITY BELLMAWR BORO MAURICE RIVER TWSP PENNSVILLE TWSP BUENA VISTA TWSP BUENA VISTA TWSP DOWNE TWSP WEST DEPTFORD TWSP DEERFIELD TWSP LAWNSIDE BORO CUMBERLAND CUMBERLAND CAMDEN SALEM CAMDEN SALEM CAMDEN SALEM SALEM CUMBERLAND CUMBERLAND ATLANTIC CUMBERLAND CUMBERLAND CAPE MAY CAPE MAY ATLANTIC CUMBERLAND GLOUCESTER SALEM SALEM ATLANTIC CUMBERLAND CAMDEN CAPE MAY CUMBERLAND CUMBERLAND GLOUCESTER GLOUCESTER SALEM CUMBERLAND CAMDEN CAMDEN CUMBERLAND SALEM ATLANTIC ATLANTIC CUMBERLAND GLOUCESTER CUMBERLAND CAMDEN FAIL TO YIELD RIGHT OF WAY FAIL TO YIELD RIGHT OF WAY OTHER DRIVER ACTION PEDESTRIAN VIOLATION, UNKNOWN UNSAFE SPEED SUNGLARE PEDESTRIAN VIOLATION, SUNGLARE, FAILURE TO KEEP RIGHT IMPROPER TURNING NONE UNSAFE SPEED FAILURE TO KEEP RIGHT PEDESTRIAN VIOLATION FOLLOWING TOO CLOSELY UNSAFE SPEED UNSAFE SPEED FAIL TO YIELD RIGHT OF WAY PEDESTRIAN VIOLATION, Date Time Station Road MP TROOP B Municipality County Contributing Circumstances //2 /4/2 /26/2 2/3/2 2/24/2 3//2 4//2 4/4/2 4/9/2 4//2 4/3/2 5// TOTOWA-SUB PERRYVILLE SOMERVILLE NETCONG HOPE TOTOWA-SUB HOPE TOTOWA-SUB SUSSEX TOTOWA-SUB TOTOWA-SUB SOMERVILLE I-8 CR 64 I-78 I-8 CR 66 I-8 I-8 I-28 HOLLAND RD I-8 I-8 I RIDGEFIELD PARK TWS UNION TWSP ROCKAWAY TWSP KNOWLTON TWSP TOTOWA BORO HOPE TWSP EAST ORANGE CITY WANTAGE TWSP PATERSON CITY TEANECK TWSP SPRINGFIELD TWSP 27 BERGEN HUNTERDON ESSEX MORRIS WARREN PASSAIC WARREN ESSEX SUSSEX PASSAIC BERGEN UNION UNSAFE SPEED PEDESTRIAN VIOLATION UNSAFE SPEED PEDESTRIAN VIOLATION

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