Hamilton New Jersey Woman Killed in Fatal Car Accident

A Hamilton NJ woman died as a result of injuries sustained in a tragic car accident on Norttingham Way in Hamilton, New Jersey.

The fatal vehicle accident occurred around 6:15 p.m. According to the Mercer County Prosecutor’s Office, the victim was killed after being involved in a collision with a pickup truck as she pulled out of the Gasco Gas Station located on Norttingham Way in Hamilton, NJ. The driver of the truck was traveling eastbound on the highway at the time of the collision.

The force of impact reportedly caused the victim’s minivan to crash into a second car that was parked in a driveway just off the roadway.

When Hamilton NJ police officers, firefighters, and other emergency medical responders got to the scene of the auto accident, they found the victim trapped inside her wrecked automobile. Hamilton firefighters were eventually able to free the victim from the car. She was then transported to Capital Health Regional Medical Center in Trenton, NJ.

Doctors at the Trenton hospital treated the victim for her traumatic injuries, but she eventually succumbed to her critical injuries and was pronounced dead the following day. Medical examiners have not yet conducted an autopsy on the victim, but it is believed that she died due to trauma sustained in the car accident.

The 53-year-old victim in the fatal car accident lived in Hamilton, NJ. She was not initially identified by authorities; officials waited until they could contact her relatives before releasing her identity to the public.

Meanwhile, the driver of the pickup truck that reportedly crashed into the victim was uninjured in the car wreck. He is a 28-year-old resident of Howell, New Jersey.

At this time, Mercer County prosecutors have not filed any criminal charges against the driver of the truck. He has also not been cited for any traffic violations.

Mercer County Prosecutor’s Office detectives and Hamilton NJ police officers are actively investing the tragic motor vehicle accident. Anyone who happened to witness the events leading up to the crash is asked to call Hamilton investigators at 609-581-4024 or 609-581-4008.

Depending on the outcome of an official investigation into the car accident and any determinations made by law enforcement about the driver’s culpability in the car crash, it is possible that he could be liable for significant damages in a wrongful death lawsuit.

For additional information about this car accident, read the following article: Hamilton woman dies from injuries sustained in crash

West Windsor NJ Authorities Investigate Fatal Train Accident near Princeton Junction Station

An individual was killed after being struck by a New Jersey Transit train that was passing by the Princeton Junction train station in Princeton Junction, NJ. Princeton Junction is an unincorporated community located within the boundaries of West Windsor Township, NJ.

The tragic train accident happened around 10:00 p.m. The train, running on the Northeast Corridor Line, was on its way from Trenton to New York Penn Station when the fatal accident occurred.

Thankfully, nobody on board the NJ Transit train was injured as a result of the serious accident. At the time of the train collision with the victim, there were roughly 500 passengers and crew members travelling on the train.

Amtrak police is spearheading the investigation into the fatal accident. At this time, investigators have not released any details about what might have caused the crash.

Shortly after the accident, NJ Transit posted an alert on its official website to let the public know that train service had been temporarily suspended between Trenton Transit Center and New Brunswick, New Jersey. Service was resumed a short time later.

In its alert about the accident, NJ Transit stated that the train crash was caused by a “trespasser.” Depending on the findings of official investigators, this could have a significant impact on any potential personal injury or wrongful death lawsuit filed by family members of the victim. As set forth by NJ law, family members can potentially file a wrongful death lawsuit under the New Jersey Wrongful Death Act when the victim’s death was caused by another party’s negligence. These kinds of wrongful death claims allow for the recovery of financial losses.

To learn more about this personal injury case, view the following article: Person struck, killed by train near Princeton Junction