PORT REPUBLIC: Darryl Thomas and Zachary Pearce Killed In Car Accident After Vehicle Left Roadway Went Through A Guardrail Down An Embankment and Into A Marsh
MUNICIPALITY MAY BE LIABLE FOR INSTALLING INADEQUATE RAILING PORT REPUBLIC, NEW JERSEY (June 28, 2016) – Two men from New York were killed in a tragic single vehicle car accident after their vehicle went through a guardrail, down an embankment and into a marsh, according to NJ.com. (map) Authorities have been able to identify the two men that died as Darryl Thomas from Brooklyn and Zachary Pearce from Jamaica New York. New Jersey State Police indicated that the accident happened around Milepost 48.6. According to an early investigation by police officers, the driver of the Nissan Maxima was in the left lane when for reasons unknown he lost control of his vehicle and went through a guardrail. Both Darryl Thomas and Zachary Pearce appear to have been ejected from their vehicle. Two other passengers were taken to the AtlantiCare Regional Medical Center in order to be treated for minor injuries after the crash.
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At the RMFW Law Firm we believe in giving back to the community and helping those who are in need. If you or someone that you know has been affected by this accident, we will gladly help raise awareness of any gofundme campaign set up to support the victim or their family. We can link to it in this post which is then spread across our social media platforms. You can send your request to: email@example.com. Our staff at the RMFW Law Firm were deeply saddened to learn about this accident that left two people dead. We encourage investigators to examine the guardrail involved in the collision. Was it adequate for the stretch of road? This is one question that will have to be answered. Guardrails are designed to resist the impact of cars. And guardrails that can easily be pierced by vehicles may be defective in some way. If there is anything at all that we can do for the victims’ families we would be glad to help (800) 660-2264.