Trevor Hirsch Car Accident – A Coopersburg region man was in the driver’s seat of a vehicle when it fiercely slammed in the little ocean side town of Strathmere, N.J., early Sunday morning, in a disaster area that guaranteed one traveler’s life and left the other truly hurt.
As per distributed media reports, 23-year-old Nicholas Hirsch was headed northward in a Lexus SUV and purportedly speeding when he struck a utility pole after first crashing into eight left vehicles around 2:30 a.m. along Rt. 619, south of the extension to Ocean City.
In their inclusion of the accident, CBS3 News said the vehicle toppled and refered to onlookers who revealed that Hirsch moved out of the destroyed vehicle’s sunroof and ran from the scene prior to being confined by occupants of the peaceful Cape May County shore local area.
Back seat traveler Nicholas Hirsch allegedly experienced minor wounds in the mishap that killed 23-year-old Trevor Hirsch of Willow Grove, Montgomery County.
CBS3 detailed that the other traveler in the SUV–who was distinguished as 21-year-old front seat traveler Ryan Hirsch of Lehigh County–experienced genuine wounds in the accident, which stays being scrutinized by New Jersey State Police.
Starting at Sunday evening, no charges had been recorded comparable to the accident.
It was muddled from the announcing if–or how–the three men were connected.