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South Brunswick Route 535 Crash Kills County Man

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SOUTH BRUNSWICK, NJ – An early morning crash Saturday killed a Middlesex County man, police said.

The accident took place around 3:31 a.m. on Cranbury-South River Road and Pleasant Hill Road when a 2000 Infiniti G20, heading north on Cranbury-South River Road, left the road and overturned on the lawn of a business, police said.

Police and rescue crews responded and found the unidentified 26-year-old man ejected from the upside down vehicle on the front lawn of the Consolidated Container Company.

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He was pronounced dead at the scene, police said.

Police believe that the Infiniti left the shoulder of the roadway, struck a grassy hill and became airborne before landing on its roof.

There were no other occupants in the vehicle, police said.

Police said that Cranbury-South River Road was closed for two hours as investigators pieced the scene together.

In addition to South Brunswick Police, Cranbury and Monroe Police, Cranbury First Aid Squad, Cranbury Volunteer Fire Company, Robert Wood Johnson University paramedics and the Middlesex County Medical Examiner’s office responded to the scene, police said.  

South Brunswick Police are looking for any witnesses to the crash, and ask them to call police at (732) 329-4646.

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