WOODLAND TOWNSHIP, NJ- Police have identified a motorcyclist who suffered fatal injuries in a crash with a dump truck on Tuesday in Burlington County, according to Daily Voice.
At approximately 1:00pm on Tuesday, the Whiting resident, Jeffrey E. Roller, was driving his Harley Davidson on Route 72 and had stopped in the righthand shoulder of the road.
A dump truck driver, Calvin Gamble, was also heading west on Route 72. He merged onto the right side of the road near Mile 2.8 and Anna Street, striking the 76-year-old motorcyclist.
The dump truck overturned and the motorcyclist was ejected from his bike, resulting in fatal injuries.
This crash is still under investigation. We will be monitoring for updates.
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