Three People Tragically Die in Crash on Route 80 in Parsippany-Troy Hills, New Jersey
PARSIPPANY, NJ – According to an online news report at parsippanyfocus.com, authorities are currently investigating an accident that occurred on Route 80 in Parsippany-Troy Hills, New Jersey. The victim is from Atlanta, Georgia.*
A male driver who is suspected of causing the accident was transported to an area hospital for treatment following the crash. Police believe that the man may have been under the influence of drugs or alcohol, per local law enforcement.
In the early morning hours late last week, authorities arrived at the scene of a multiple-vehicle accident at mile marker 45.2 on Route 80 East. Two adult females tragically died in the accident as well as one adult male. One of the female victims, aged 20, has been identified by police. There is a donation page that has been set up for the woman, which can be found here.
The woman’s mother stated that her daughter had “just turned 20 two weeks ago and was working on her music career. She was such a loving spirit with the heart to serve and help people. She was the most unselfish person known. She was loyal to a fault and opened her heart to everyone. She always saw the good in everyone.”
As noted above, the woman was living in Atlanta, Georgia at the time of the crash. However, she is from New Jersey where she attended Central Middle School in Parsippany, New Jersey.
It is not clear whether anyone else sustained injuries in the accident. There are no further details that have been provided in the report. The accident remains under investigation by local authorities.
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