MORRIS COUNTY, NJ – The 61-year-old driver of a passenger van died in a rollover accident that injured 14 others in Hanover on Wednesday morning.
According to Daily Voice, the 2000 Ford E350 van traveling east on Route 24 when the crash happened at about 10:15 a.m. The vehicle careened off the road, hit the guardrail, and overturned in the treeline.
The driver, who was a man from Plainfield, was pronounced dead after the crash. 14 people who were passengers in the van were injured to varying degrees.
The accident is still under investigation.
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