There are new developments Friday regarding the deadly natural gas explosion in Ewing Township. The family of Linda Cerritelli, who was killed, has now filed a civil lawsuit against both PSE&G and contractor Henkels & McCoy.
Firetrucks and ambulances are currently on the campus.
Ewing Township community members put on a children’s performance Saturday afternoon in an effort to raise funds for those whose lives have been turned upside down by a gas line explosion in early March.
Just before 1 p.m. last Tuesday, Ewing Township’s emergency lines were flooded with frantic calls just released by Ewing Township Police.
Her family is stunned that such a vibrant loving woman is gone.
Workers boarded up buildings as families tried to recover anything they could from their fractured homes.
A female resident of a town home development was killed and seven utility workers were injured after a powerful explosion and fire in Ewing Township, Mercer County Tuesday afternoon.
The community is pulling together to help those who are in need.
A student who was reported missing from the campus of The College of New Jersey has been found safe and unharmed.
The crash was reported at about 4:30 p.m. at Jacobs Creek Road.
Police say they found two young boys inside a small storage unit in Mercer County on Thursday.
Hazmat crews are currently at a New Jersey supermarket where three people fell ill Wednesday afternoon.
Police in New Jersey are warning homeowners to be on guard against theft scams as the cleanup from Hurricane Irene continues.
Three people were injured after two cars slid on a patch of ice in Mercer County early Thursday morning.