When a family loses a loved one in a car accident, it's a moment in time that changes everything. Initially, there may be one word on their minds: why. Soon more questions begin to swirl around, and it's the answers that will help them recover and move on.
Reflecting on a collision that killed two and injured four, including the driver, a New Jersey State Police sergeant commented that not only were the victims not wearing seatbelts, but allowing an unrestrained 4-year-old to ride in the front seat of a pickup truck was a violation of the law. The car crash on the Atlantic City Expressway in June caused the deaths of two passengers in the cab of a pick-up truck and injured three passengers riding in the bed. The driver was also injured. All were ejected on impact.