Toms River man who died in four-vehicle Manchester crash – In a prepared statement, Ocean County Prosecutor Bradley Billhimer stated Michael Sadis, 48, was declared deceased at the scene of the crash near Route 571 and Whitesville Road.
According to app.com, Around 7:15 a.m., Manchester police arrived on the scene. Investigators discovered that Danielle Bowker, 30, of Toms River, was travelling west on Route 571 when her automobile slipped out of her lane as she approached a right-hand turn, according to Billhimer.
A Toms River man was killed in a four-vehicle crash Tuesday morning, according to authorities.
The Honda collided with Eduardo Rivera, 30, of Hamilton Township, who was driving an eastbound Ford F-550 pickup for the New Jersey Department of Transportation. According to Billhimer, the Ford lost control and collided with a 2012 Toyota Camry driven by Sadis, which was pushed off the road and into an embankment.
Lambert was airlifted to Neptune’s Jersey Shore University Medical Center, where he was classified in critical condition, according to Billhimer.
The investigation is being conducted by the prosecutor’s office’s Vehicular Homicide Unit, Manchester police, and the Ocean County Sheriff’s Office’s Crime Scene Investigation Unit.