1 Killed, 7 Injured In Early Morning Crash

Fatal Chambers Bridge picPHOTOS & VIDEO: [Video updated 9:45 a.m.] Police and CIU are currently investigating a fatal accident which occurred early this morning. The accident occurred around 5:00 a.m on Lanes Mill Road, when a 15 passenger van veered off the road and slammed into a tree. Sources
tell TLS, the driver of the van suffered a Heart Attack, causing him to crash.

7 members of a family headed to the airport, were transported to Brick Hospital and the driver of the van was killed.

The crash remains under investigation.

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  1. To my voice- I am not sure if you are jewish, but I would like to clarify what the first poster meant. We are not undermining the fact that this was a horrific, terrible tragedy and loss of life. However, all jews are brothers. We are one family. The same way you would be more impacted by the loss of a sibling of yours, we are all jews, we are all a family and the loss of our brother is of far greater impact to us. It is only natural that way. It does not mean in a way, shape or form that any jew out there is not saddened by this story.

  2. To Just a somebody: You demonstrate the problems with a public forum like The Lakewood Scoop. Try to use a “little” Seichel when you post… just a little, and understand that your comments have remifications. Look up the word Aivah and the concept of Darkai Shalom… Perhaps invest some time learning these concepts and less time on the internet.

  3. to #5 we are all fellow humans so what religion the person was does not make it any different THERE WAS A LOSS OF LIFE ……………

  4. To # 8, a loss of life is terrible and everyone would agree to that. However, if a family, unortunately would lose one of their brothers it would without a doubt cause more sorrow than when some unrelated individual would die. So being that all jews are one family, the pain is far greater when a fellow bretheren perishes than not. If one would UNDERSTAND this concept that all jews are one family, there would be no room for any disagreements!!

  5. Yoyo, you’re name is appropriately used! I don’t need a lecture on Kol Yosrael Arievim, I understand it well. I would like you and your friends to understand how others receive comments that you make. That is the very basic concept of Darkei Shalom and the lack of it produces Aivah. I can’t spell it out any more for you so if you don’t get it, I’d suggest you discuss it with your Rav or Rosh HaYeshiva… if you still don’t get it … well, there is nothing more that I can say to help.

  6. btzelem elokim nivrah hadam. so yes everyone including goyim should be included as well. besidesbthe fact that thisvsight is not only ad by jews should be more of a reason to be a bit more sesitive in your comments mipney darkei shalom. its not a very dificult concept.

  7. “First and foremost we meet as human beings who have much in common: a heart, a face, a voice, the presence of a souls, fears hope, the ability to trust, a capacity for compassion and understanding, the kingship of being human. My first task in every encounter is to comprehend the person-hood of the person I face, to sense the kinship of being human, solidarity of being.”

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