ATLANTIC CITY, NJ- A woman who stopped to assist a disabled Jeep in a Route 30 accident on Wednesday night was struck by another vehicle and killed, according to NJ.com.
At approximately 10:00pm, a Jeep struck the center median of eastbound Route 30 and became disabled. This caused multiple people to stop and assist the Jeep driver in the left lane. However, a 19-year-old driver lost control of her Toyota near the site of the original crash and hit 57-year-old Teresa Callaway, killing her.
Occupants of both vehicles were treated for minor injuries at the scene of the crash, whereas Callaway was pronounced dead at the scene.
No more information is available at this time. We will be monitoring for updates.
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