Anthony Whalen, 35, was pronounced dead at the scene when his motorcycle overturned on Route 78 in Hillside Saturday afternoon.
Sunday, June 17, 2012
Saturday, April 28, 2012
The man who was killed in a Scotch Plains car accident Thursday has been identified as Jesus Nunez-Picazo, 38, of Queens New York.
On Thursday, Patch reported that an unidentified male pedestrian was killed when he was struck by a motorist driving east on Route 22 in Scotch Plains. Today, Scotch Plains Police Captain Brian Donnelly released the full report regarding the fatality. You can read the origninal coverage of the fatality here. According to Scotch Plains Police, at 8:54 p.m., Jesus Nunez-Picazo, 38, of Queens New York was crossing Route 22 at Harding Road when he was struck by a 25-year-old motorist driving a Honda in the eastbound lane of Route 22. Scotch Plains Police stated that the victim "appeared to be distracted" while crossing the high way. "The driver immediately pulled over [after strking the victim]," Donnelly stated. "Nunez-Picazo was pronounced …
Thursday, April 26, 2012
Unidentified man was struck by a car on Route 22 East in Scotch Plains. SPPD called the incident a "tragic accident" and said no charges are pending.
An unidentified male pedestrian was killed at approximately 9 p.m. tonight when he was struck by a motorist driving east on Route 22 in Scotch Plains. Scotch Plains Police Captain Brian Donnelly called the incident a “tragic accident”. The crash occurred at Route 22 East and Harding Road across from Grillestone restaurant. The victim has not been identified, pending notification of family. Donnelly stated that the motorist, who was not under the influence of any drugs or alcohol, stopped after striking the victim and spoke with police at the scene. The traffic bureau scene reconstructed the accident for review immediately after the crash. As police stood guard over the body, which lay covered by a sheet, a Harding Road resident described …
Tuesday, December 20, 2011
Firm IDs some of those on board as employees. 5 dead, plus dog. We're continuing to update this story.
Note: We're continuing to provide frequent updates to this story. Check back at this post often. Latest updates: It's possible—but far from confirmed—icy conditions played a role in a Tuesday morning plane crash on Route 287 that killed all five people aboard. But investigators are only in the earliest stage of their work, a National Transportation Safety Board representative said. Speaking at Morris Township's municipal building mid-afternoon, Robert Gretz of the NTSB stressed it could take 6 to 12 months before a full report on the crash, which took place near exit 35, is released, and a lot of investigatory work is ahead. "This is day one of an investigation," he said. There have been reports that about 14 minutes into the flight, the …
Neighbor said pilot seemed to be trying to avoid homes.
Raw Video: Michelle Bellog of Springbrook Road in Morris Township says she saw the plane that crashed into Route 287 heading over her neighborhood, and worried debris would come down on her roof. "It's very sad," she said. "Thankfully it didn't hit any houses. I was terrified. It was so low that the houses shook. She said another neighbor told her it seemed the pilot was aiming for the highway, trying to avoid residences. This video has not yet been fully processed by Patch.