Deadly Brick Township Crash May Have Been Caused By Medical Emergency

According to NJ.com, a rollover crash on Princeton Avenue in Brick Township may have been the result of a medical episode suffered by the vehicle’s driver.

According to witnesses, the 71-year-old Lakewood woman appeared to lose control of her Kia Spectra. The car veered sharply to the right, hit a curb, and smashed into a fence before rolling onto its driver’s side.

The driver was pronounced dead at the scene of the accident. Initial reports indicate that the diver may have had a medical emergency of some kind that caused the vehicle to veer off the road and crash.

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At Lependorf & Silverstein, P.C. our Princeton car accident lawyers can help you determine exactly what factors caused your car accident. We can help hold any negligent parties accountable for the harm their acts have caused. Contact us today to learn more.

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