LAKEWOOD, NJ – A 26-year-old man caught in the middle of a road-rage-related collision in Ocean County was killed yesterday, only three weeks after his wedding, according to the Daily Voice.
The crash happened on Friday on Lanes Mills Road, after 18-year-old Avroham Pam and 73-year-old Brick Township man John Arendt, Jr., had gotten into an argument. Pam, operating a white 2021 Ford van, collided with Arendt’s 2019 Honda CRV.
The Honda was sent into the lanes of oncoming traffic, where it collided head-on with a 2012 Ford Mustang being driven by 26-year-old Brick Township man Sean Avon, who was driving home from work.
Avon was taken to the hospital, and there he was pronounced dead.
Arendt was brought to the hospital for the treatment of undisclosed wounds. As of today, he was in stable condition.
Pam was taken to the hospital for a blood draw, and then was brought to the Ocean County Jail. He is facing a charge of vehicular homicide in connection with the crash.
According to a GoFundMe started to help Avon’s wife with funeral expenses, the couple had only been married for three weeks, and the two were planning to celebrate their wedding in October with their loved ones.
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