Fatal crash causes eastbound pike to close in Winslow for four hours
WINSLOW – Police are investigating fatal auto crashes here and in a town in Burlington County.
In Winslow, a local motorist was fatally injured Tuesday when an oncoming vehicle lost control on a bend, police said.
Ibrahim Ahmed, 81, was pronounced dead in an area hospital after the 11:30 a.m. crash on the White Horse Pike in Wiltsey’s Mill Road.
The other motorist, Shelby Alber, 27, of Williamstown, was rushed to hospital with non-life threatening injuries.
The other crash killed a man and injured two more on Friday morning in Southampton.
Roy Song, 21, of Ossining, NY, died after a vehicle left Hilliards Bridge Road east of Red Lion Road at around 3:35 a.m., New Jersey State Police said. The car struck a tree stump, an electric pole and a railing.
The driver, Anthony Lorenz, 20, of Ossining, and another passenger, Tyler Mulhern, 19, of Cohasset, Mass., Suffered non-life threatening injuries, police said.
The Winslow crash closed the White Horse Pike eastbound for about four hours, while the Southampton crash scene was closed to traffic for more than five hours.
Anyone with information about the Winslow collision is asked to call Township Patroller Michael Wallace at 609-567-0700, ext. 1225.
Jim Walsh covers public safety, economic development, and other topics for the Courier-Post, the Burlington County Times, and the Daily Journal.
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