Following a two-car collision at a petrol station on Thursday, an 18-year-old from Mercer County passed away. According to authorities, the crash happened shortly after 12 p.m. in Lawrence Township near Franklin Corner Road and Brunswick Pike (Route 1).
Police said that a dump truck and a vehicle collided and slammed into a neighboring Shell gas station’s gas pump. The dump truck’s driver only sustained minor, non-life-threatening wounds.
According to authorities, Lawrenceville, New Jersey resident Daijah McKithen, the sedan’s driver, was pronounced dead at the scene. For the duration of the police investigation, Route 1 southbound is still closed in the region.
Details of the crash remain under investigation. Any witnesses are asked to contact Officer Thomas Everist at 609-896-111 or via email at [email protected].
Anyone with information can also contact Detective Paulina Way at 609-844-7133 or at [email protected].
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