BARUCH DAYAN HA’EMES: Pedestrian struck, killed, on River Ave; Was apparently struck by her own vehicle (PHOTOS)

img_9326PHOTO: A woman was struck and tragically killed moments ago in Lakewood, officials and Askonim confirm to TLS.

The Frum woman, approximately 75 years old, was reportedly struck and pinned under her own vehicle inside a parking lot on River Avenue about 1:30 PM. She was found under her vehicle, with her vehicle in reverse, sources told TLS.

The woman was reportedly leaving Bais Rivka Rochel school, where she was employed.

Officials are checking security cameras to try and piece together the tragic incident.

She was transported by Lakewood First Aid to MMCSC in critical condition, and was Niftar a short time later.

Askonim are working to ensure Kavod Ha’meis.

Lakewood’s Traffic Safety division, CSI and the Prosecutor’s Office are investigating.


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  1. What is going on in This town I grew up in this town and never has their been this much tragic stuff happening when I was younger I pray for whoever it was hurt here

  2. Obviously name won’t be released till family is notified. If she has family in Israel – they don’t want to be notified via a post on the scoop.

  3. #4- both your comments are so unwarranted. It’s comments such as yours that we remind ourselves of the saying; if you have nothing worthwhile to say, then simply say nothing.

  4. “Niftar Erev Shabbos after chatzos is a zechus. ” may be book smart but pls consider the context of the situation and then ask yourself if you could pick something more suitable to say. Thank you for reading my comment, which is said to retrospect and not to rebuke.

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