Police Seek Info on Route 72 Pileup


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January 12, 2022
By Victoria Ford

YIKES!: Four vehicles ended up concerned in a crash caused by a Tuckerton man who was driving a box truck and ran a pink light-weight. Two folks have been injured.
A 4-car or truck incident prompted website traffic delays past Friday, Jan. 7, at the intersection of Route 72 and Marsha Drive.
Joseph White, 51, of Tuckerton was driving a 2006 box truck headed toward Long Seaside Island when he ran the crimson mild at Marsha, hitting a 2009 Ford F-150 operated by Rufino Tepetl, 44, of Manahawkin, who was using Marsha from Beach front Haven West to Mud Town.
Immediately after affect, the F-150 collided with a 2019 Volkswagen pushed by Catherine Frieder, 67, of Colonia. All 3 automobiles came to relaxation within just the intersection. A fourth automobile, a 2011 Honda Accord, operated by Craig Allen, 40, of Manahawkin, struck the traffic signal pole at the intersection, producing website traffic delays and detours to the Island.
Tepetl was extricated from the vehicle and airlifted to Atlantic City Trauma Center for treatment. Frieder, also wounded, was transported to Southern Ocean Health-related Heart for procedure.
A detour was set up when the broken targeted visitors sign was repaired. Witnesses are asked to get in touch with Visitors Protection Officer Giovanni DeMarco at 609-597-1189, extension 8456, or electronic mail gdemarco@staffordpolice.org.  —V.F.
 

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