Mount Holly Crash Kills Woman on Wednesday Morning

A woman died as a result of her injuries in a Mount Holly crash Wednesday morning on Route 541, according to authorities. Victims of fatal crashes leave behind devastated loved ones. If you are going through such a situation, talk to an experienced Burlington County car accident attorney about your case.

Extrication Required in Mount Holly Crash

The impact of the accident was so severe that the victim, an 85-year-old woman, was trapped in her vehicle. This led to firefighters having to use the jaws of life and other tools to extricate her before EMTs and paramedics could provide care.

Police received an initial report of the crash around 9:20 in the morning. It occurred at the intersection of Route 541 with Fairground Plaza. According to Mount Holly Police Chief Richard Spitler, the victim pulled out of the shopping center trying to cross Route 541 and was hit by a vehicle traveling north on 541.

Once extricated, the victim was flown to an area hospital where she was pronounced deceased. The driver of the second vehicle was not injured in the crash.

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The loss of a loved one in a fatal car crash turns your life upside down in an instant. You might not know where to turn for help. Your first call when ready should be to an experienced and compassionate Burlington County car accident attorney. The team at Kwartler Manus is ready to build a case on your behalf so you can focus on emotional healing. Call us today for a free consultation.

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