A tragic four-car domino impact crash in Manchester Township that claimed the lifetime of a Toms River man on Tuesday between Route 571 and Whitesville Highway is beneath additional investigation, introduced Ocean County Prosecutor Bradley Billhimer.
There have been no fees filed at this level following the preliminary portion of the investigation run by the Ocean County Prosecutor’s Workplace Vehicular Murder Unit, Manchester Police, and the Ocean County Sheriff’s Workplace Crime Scene Investigation Unit.
It was Tuesday morning shortly after 7:00 am when Danielle Bowker, 30, of Toms River was driving west on Route 571 in a 2018 Honda Civic when investigators mentioned she failed to take care of her lane whereas driving by way of a right-hand curve within the highway.
Because of not staying in her lane, Bowker’s car struck a New Jersey Division of Transportation Ford F-550 pickup truck pushed by Eduardo Rivera, 30, of Hamilton Township who was heading eastbound on the time on Route 571.
Because of that collision, Rivera’s pickup truck misplaced route management, investigators mentioned, and it hit a 2012 Toyota Camry pushed by Michael Sadis, 48, of Toms River which compelled Sadis off the highway and into an embankment.
Rivera’s pickup truck saved in that very same lane of journey and hit a 2015 Toyota Corolla pushed by Paul Lambert, 58, of Toms River.
Danielle Bowker, Eduardo Rivera, and his passenger Daniel Septor, 26, of the Cream Ridge part of Higher Freehold Township have been all taken to Neighborhood Medical Heart in Toms River following the crashes for remedy of minor accidents.
Paul Lambert wanted to be airlifted to Jersey Shore College Medical Heart in Neptune Metropolis for his accidents and is presently in vital situation.
Michael Sadis was tragically pronounced lifeless on the scene of the accident.
The investigation into the accident is ongoing, anybody with data ought to contact the Ocean County Prosecutor’s Workplace or Manchester Police.