The Victim of Last Thursday’s Deadly Crash on Route 42 is a 35-Year-Old Man from Magnolia
An accident last week on Route 42 that closed part of the highway for several hours resulted in the death of a 35-year-old man from Magnolia.
Authorities have identified the victim as William M. Stolinski, Jr.
The single-car crash happened just before 3:30 p.m. on Thursday, April 15 between the exits for College Drive and Sicklerville Rd. around mile marker 7.4, according to Courier Post.
Stolinksi reportedly ran his car off the road and into a section of trees. First responders pronounced him dead at the crash site.
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No other vehicles were involved. No word on if the investigation into the accident is complete or if police are still looking for information from anyone who may have witnessed the crash.
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Our thoughts are with William's family and friends at this heartbreaking time.
A viewing will take place Saturday, April 24th from 9a-11a at Gardener Funeral Home in Runnemede, with a memorial service directly after. Internment will be private, according to William's obituary on gardnerfuneralhome.com.
The Stolinski Family has asked that donations be made in William's name to Teen Challenge, 1315 Main Street Brockton, MA 02301 in lieu of flowers.
SOURCES: Courier Post; gardnerfuneralhome.com
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