BREAKING: Authorities Investigating Fatal ATV Accident in Jackson [UPDATED]

Authorities this afternoon are investigating a fatal ATV accident in Jackson, TLS has learned.

Emergency personnel were called around 5:00 PM for the reports of an ATV accident in a pit, and upon arrival located the rider unconscious, officials told TLS.

Police tell TLS it was a single-vehicle rollover accident.

The rider is said to be approximately 50 years old.

An investigation is underway.

This latest deadly ATV incident comes just weeks after the New Jersey Attorney General’s office released new guidance regarding the use of ATVs and other off-road vehicles.

“It is only Legal to ride on your own property, or on the private property of another with their written permission,” Jackson police told TLS. “It is unlawful to ride on public lands or the property of others.”

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  1. he is trying to throw the responsibility on each rider but it is really up to the state to study the potential dangers and develop some lifesaving guidelines and preventive measures

    • Riding act’s & dirt bikes can be very enjoyable. The state should dedicate space for this activity. Hiring qualified instructor’s would definitely ameliorate the situation. Let’s give it a try.

  2. That is the whole problem they sell these vehicles but their is no where to ride them you have to go to Pennsylvania and pay to ride them there why can’t they do this around here or stop selling these vehicles

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