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UPPER FREEHOLD TOWNSHIP, NJ – A semi truck driver lost control of his 18 wheeler and was killed when it jackknifed and crashed on I-195 in Upper Freehold, NJ on Thursday, December 1, 2011.

Westbound view of Exit 11 on I-195 in Upper Freehold, NJ near the site of a semi truck accident where a big rig driver was killed on Thursday, December 1, 2011.

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SAN ANGELO, TX. – On Wednesday morning, Aug, 31, a truck driver from New Jersey traveling north on U.S. 87 about 16 miles southeast of San Angelo Texas was pulled from a burning wreck after his tractor trailer crashed into a metal guardrail and flipped over a concrete barricade and landed on an embankment on the north side of Lipan Creek.

Map showing location where a New Jersey truck driver was pulled from a burning truck about 16 miles southeast of San Angelo, TX on Highway 87 at Lipan Creek.

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RIDGEFIELD, NJ – A semi tractor trailer lost two of its wheels Friday morning, December 24, and set off a deadly chain reaction truck accident on the New Jersey Turnpike. The horrific crash occurred in the southbound lanes of the turnpike near mile marker 116.5, where it passes through Ridgefield, New Jersey. The truck accident area is in the far northeast part of the state near the Hudson River, about 75 miles east of Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania and about 14 miles northwest of New York, New York.

At about 6:50 a.m. Friday morning truck driver Hasan Toma was driving a 2000 Peterbilt tractor trailer. He was headed south on the New Jersey Turnpike, also known as Interstate 95. As the tractor trailer was moving through the city of Ridgefield two large tires with their hubcaps attached suddenly fell off the semi truck near mile marker 116.5 on the turnpike. The two heavy rear tandem wheels bounced into traffic, setting off the deadly truck accident.
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ROXBURY, NJ – A semi trailer truck crashed into a NJ state work crew truck Wednesday morning, May 19, 2010, in Morris County, New Jersey, setting off a fire and creating miles of traffic delays. The truck accident occurred as highway crews were attempting to make road repairs on Route 80 near the town of Roxbury, NJ. The accident area is in the north central section of the state, about 70 miles east of Allentown, Pennsylvania and 47 miles west of New York, New York.

The diesel fuel that had spilled out of the semi truck ignited and within seconds the two trucks were engulfed in flames and black smoke filled the air.

On Wednesday morning a New Jersey State Department of Transportation crew was working on the westbound lanes of Route 80, filling potholes and other road repair work. While the road work crew worked a NJ DOT truck was stopped behind them to protect them from oncoming traffic. The DOT truck was driven by 59 year old Myron Waciuva of Oak Ridge, NJ and was equipped with a lighted directional sign warning other vehicles that a work crew was on the highway. ... Read More

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