Multiple graphic videos from Saturday Night depict a Car taking


    3 pedestrians killed following collision on rural New Jersey road, authorities say. Three pedestrians were killed late Saturday night after two cars collided in Chatsworth, a small community in Woodland Township, the New Jersey State Police said.

    Dion Cardell, 50, of Browns Mills, Pemberton Township; Michael Stull, 46, of Hamilton; and Brian Blaszka, 36, of Forked River, Lacey Township died after being struck on Chatsworth-Barnegat Road near Magnolia Street at 11:25 p.m., State Police spokesman Sgt. Philip Curry said.

    According to Curry, a preliminary investigation found a Nissan Maxima heading north on Chatsworth-Barnegat Road (County Road 532) struck the rear end of a Ford Mustang heading the same direction. The Nissan then fatally struck the three men,

    “The driver of the Ford sustained minor injuries and the driver of the Nissan did not report any injuries,” Curry said in a statement.

    The cause of the crash remains under investigation. Additional information, like why the three men were on the road, was not immediately available Sunday.

    Chatsworth is an unincorporated community where several roads and highways converge in southern Burlington County between the Brendan T. Byrne and Wharton state forests.

    Hundreds of cars and thousands of people invaded Wildwood this weekend for what police are describing as an “unsanctioned” pop-up H2oi car rally that delved into a chaotic scene Saturday night when at least two people were killed.

    Video from earlier in the day Saturday shows a calmer scene with cars cruising down main roads of Wildwood like Rio Grande and Atlantic avenues, with vehicles doing burnouts as crowds gathered on the sidewalk to watch. But by night, chaos erupted as huge groups of people swarmed the streets, drivers pulled donuts in the middle of intersections and in at least two incidents, caused crashes that injured bystanders.

    A 37-year-old man, Gerald J. White of Pittsburgh, Pa., was charged with death by auto for allegedly driving and crashing into another car and a group of pedestrians on Atlantic Avenue, killed the passenger of the other vehicle and Timothy Ogden, 34, of Clayton, and 18-year-old pedestrian, Lindsay Weakland, 18, of Carlisle, Pa..

    Multiple graphic videos from Saturday Night depict a Car taking off from a standstill in the far right lane at an intersection on Rio Grande Avenue, but crashing into a car in the left lane, then losing control and colliding with a golf-cart-style vehicle on the opposite side of the road.

    Other videos also show the fatal collision on Atlantic Avenue in front of a bagel shop and liquor store where numerous pedestrians watched from the sidewalk.

    Warning: Some of these videos contain foul language. While onlookers at the scene recorded graphic videos showing the accidents, none of them are included here.

    In one video taken during daylight, a blue car is seen doing burnouts through an intersection with a stop sign before being chased by a police SUV. Other videos show chaotic intersections filled with smoke at night as cars do donuts.

    In another video shot outside of the Quebec Hotel on Atlantic Avenue, many cars and motorcycles can be seen cruising down the main road at night in a mostly orderly fashion, revving their engines.

    But then late, later in the video, multiple cars are seen doing donuts, spinning around the middle of the intersection as a large crowd gathers on the corners to watch, shout and record on their phones. The crowd gradually spills out onto the street as even SUVs do spin-outs.

    Toward the end of the 17-minute video, the crowd appears to have taken over the street as cars speed past, driving over the center lane into oncoming traffic, narrowly missing the people in the street, before police arrive and drive through the crowd.

    A passenger killed in a crash Thursday afternoon near Palmer Park Mall has been identified as a 56-year-old woman from Phillipsburg.

    Krishna Devi was pronounced dead at the scene following the single-vehicle accident around 3 p.m. on Park Avenue between Hackett and Gruver avenues, near the mall, said police and Northampton County Coroner Zachary Lysek. The cause of death was from multiple blunt forced injuries and it was ruled accidental, Lysek said.

    Devi was a rear seat passenger who was partially entrapped inside the vehicle and had to be rescued by fire personnel, Palmer Township Deputy Fire Chief Jim Alercia told Sunday.



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