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2 people killed in separate crashes in Warren County

WARREN COUNTY, NJ – Two people died in separate crashes Tuesday morning in Warren County, New Jersey State Police spokesperson Sergeant Philip Curry said.

The first crash happened at 6:12 a.m. on County Route 519 southbound at milepost 38.12 in White Township, Curry said.

A preliminary police investigation revealed that a Honda Element was travelling south on County Route 519 in the area of Windtryst Way when George Harman, 56, of Belvidere, NJ, was struck and sustained fatal injuries, Curry said.

The roadway was closed for approximately 2.5 hours for the investigation.

The second crash happened at 7:25 a.m. on Route 57 westbound at milepost 7.4 in Franklin Township, Curry said.

A preliminary police investigation revealed that a Honda Odyssey, driven by Thomas Vence, 58, of Washington, NJ, was traveling west on Route 57 when the vehicle ran off the road to the right and impacted several signs and trees, Curry said.

Vence sustained fatal injuries as a result of the crash, Curry said.

The roadway remained open during the investigation.

No further information was available on either crash.

Jay Edwards

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