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1 Dead, Multiple People Injured In Crash Involving Bus On New Jersey Turnpike

WOODBRIDGE, N.J. (CBS) — A crash on the New Jersey Turnpike involving a Megabus left one person dead and 5 others injured. It happened just before 7 p.m. Tuesday in Woodbridge Township, Middlesex County. Megabus says the double-decker was en route to Philadelphia when it collided with a Ford F-150 near the Thomas Edison Service Area. The southbound outer roadway and service area ramp remains closed as police investigate. The bus driver was among several people hurt. There were a total of 19 people, including the driver, on the bus. State police say the occupants inside the Ford weren’t injured.  

New Jersey Turnpike crash: Bus overturns, killing 1

WOODBRIDGE, N.J. - A bus overturned and crashed on the New Jersey Turnpike in Middlesex County on Tuesday evening, leaving at least one person dead and several people hurt, police said. Five of the injuries were believed to be serious. Just before 7 p.m., state troopers responded to the crash,...

Planned Wawa Moving Forward In Lakehurst

LAKEHURST – Trees and brush have come down on Route 70 in the borough to make way for a new Wawa location. After much anticipation and talk amongst borough officials and residents during prior council meetings, the popular convenience store will soon break ground following approval by the Pinelands Commission and State Department of Transportation.

State Police: 1 dead, several injured in bus crash on N.J. Turnpike

WOODBRIDGE TOWNSHIP, N.J. -- Authorities say one person was killed and several others were injured in a bus crash on the New Jersey Turnpike on Tuesday night.The accident happened just before 7 p.m. near the Thomas Edison Service Area in Woodbridge, CBS2's Alecia Reid reported.A Megabus flipped over on its side, after breaching the guardrail. In addition to the fatality, five other people, including the bus driver, were hurt, New Jersey State Police said.Police said a Ford F-150 pickup truck was also involved in the crash.  The double-decker bus blocked the service road to the rest stop. Attendants from a nearby Sunoco gas station said it was a chaotic scene."Helicopter come and ambulance and they take ... I see bloody," one worker said, touching his head.Megabus said the bus in Tuesday's crash departed New York City and was en route to Philadelphia.It was the second Megabus crash this year. Back in May, 27 passengers were injured when a double-decker heading from New York City to Washington D.C. rolled over on the I-95 in Maryland. Fifteen of those passengers had to be hospitalized.