Robbinsville Motorcycle Accident – The Robbinsville Township Police Department (RTPD) is now conducting an investigation into a terrible motor vehicle collision that took place on Friday evening and resulted in the death of a local man who was 22 years old. The collision took place in Robbinsville Township.
According to the Robbinsville Township Police Department, at approximately 5:49 p.m. on Friday evening, police officers and first responders from the Robbinsville Fire Department Station 40 responded to the area of Old York Road (also known as Route 539) and Montgomery Way on a report of a motor vehicle crash that included injuries. The crash occurred as a result of a report of a crash involving a vehicle in which there were injured parties. The report of a collision involving a vehicle in which there were injured persons led to the crash, which happened as a result of the collision.
When the officers arrived, they found a citizen of Yardley, Pennsylvania who was driving a Toyota Camry. The individual did not have any injuries and was unhurt. The age of the man was 47 years. The Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital in Hamilton, New Jersey, took in a patient on the day that he was riding a Harley-Davidson motorcycle. The man was 22 years old and was from Allentown, New Jersey. An ambulance was used to transport the patient there. After some period of time, it was determined that he had passed away.
On Friday night, the authorities were attempting to get in touch with the victim’s next of kin, thus they were withholding the name of the victim. The RTPD Unit and the Serious crash Response Team of the Mercer County Prosecutor’s Office are currently conducting an investigation into the crash together.