Medford Township Crash Claims Life of 84-Year-Old

Medford Township Police, Fire and EMS personnel were dispatched to the intersection of Tuckerton Road and Marquette Drive shortly before 5:30 PM on Thursday, February 22 for the report of a motor vehicle accident.

Details of the Medford Township Fatal Accident

The victim was identified as 84-year-old Rodger Carney of Medford. He was driving his 2018 Nissan Maxima going westbound on Tuckerton Road.

Carney made a left turn onto Marquette Drive when his Maxima was struck by 2016 Ford F150 driven by 40-year-old Gregory Girard of Shamong.

The F150 was traveling eastbound on Tuckerton Road when it collided with the Maxima as it made a left turn, striking the passenger side of the vehicle.

Mr. Carney was flown by helicopter to Cooper University Hospital in Camden with head trauma and other life-threatening injuries, and doctors pronounced him a short time later. Mr. Girard suffered a minor injury and was treated at the scene.

The crash remains under investigation by the Medford Township Police Department, which is requesting anyone with information call them.

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If you lost a loved one in a car accident, it is important that you speak to a Burlington County car accident attorney immediately. The team at Kwartler Manus is here to fight for your right to compensation so you are not left struggling to pay the bills incurred by the crash. Call our office today to schedule a free consultation.

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