Camden County police continue to investigate an early morning crash that left two people dead.
Two teens were killed and three others were injured after a one-car crash in Horsham early Saturday morning.
A one vehicle accident involving a stolen minivan killed one teenager early Friday morning. A second teen in the vehicle fled the scene after the deadly accident.
New Jersey State Police are investigating the cause of a car crash the resulted in the deaths of three people and sent a young child to the hospital.
James Cummins, his wife, and their three young boys were sound asleep when the car hit their Byberry Road home shortly before two in the morning. They all escaped unharmed, but two people in the car were killed and the house is a total loss.
Police say the single-vehicle crash occurred just before 1 a.m. Sunday in West Brandywine Township in Chester County.
Police say a 14-year-old, unlicensed driver was responsible for a fatal crash in Northeast Philadelphia early Thursday morning.
Police say the car slammed into a tree near Langdon Street just after 4 a.m. The passenger was killed and the driver was taken to Einstein Medical Center and is listed in critical condition.
A couple of deadly inter-city commuter bus crashes in the northeastern US earlier this month has focused a lot of attention on the safety of those buses. Here in Pennsylvania, state police have been actively involved in motor coach inspections for the last three years.
A driver died after colliding with a freight train in Camden County early Friday morning.
Two people are dead and dozens were injured after a commuter bus headed to Philadelphia from New York City’s Chinatown crashed on the New Jersey Turnpike Monday night.
A Temple University student from Queens, NY was among the more than three dozen people hurt in Monday night’s fatal crash of a commuter bus along the New Jersey Turnpike that was heading from New York to Philadelphia.
A South Jersey bar crowded with nearly 100 customers was the scene of a fatal car crash early Thursday morning in Atlantic County.
The accident happened around midnight as police say two men were returning home from a Flyers game.
The car left the roadway, smashed into a tree, and burst into flames. The passenger had one of his legs amputated as he was ejected through a window while the driver was trapped in the burning wreckage and pronounced dead at the scene.