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Friday, October 10, 2014

Fatal New Jersey Crash Linked to Inhalant Abuse


A 48-year-old New Jersey man who was charged with running his pickup truck through a farmers market and dragging a woman to her death in August is now facing additional charges of driving under the influence of an intoxicant.

Police received the results of toxicology tests from the state police laboratory.  The man has been held on a $200,000 bail since the day of the accident, August 10th.  It was on this day that his truck crashed through a police barricade set up on the street of the market.  His truck slammed through at least three stalls belonging to six vendors, all who were just starting to pack up their merchandise after the market closed.  His truck also dragged a 58-year-old woman to her death.

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