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NJ Grandparents Going On Vacation Killed In Limo Crash

Posted on October 12, 2011
Photo by WPVI-TV, ABC Channel 6.

Photo by WPVI-TV, ABC Channel 6.

Photo by WPVI-TV, ABC Channel 6.
Photo by WPVI-TV, ABC Channel 6.

BORDENTOWN, N.J. — A husband and wife were killed when the Lincoln Town Car stretch limousine they were riding in hit a flatbed tractor-trailer loaded with bulldozers early Tuesday morning in Bordentown, N.J.

Latest details on the chauffeur’s driving record and license status: Philadelphia Inquirer/Philly.com report

Complete details and updates on the accident:

WPVI-TV Action News report and video.

NJ.com/Star-Ledger report.

Phillyburbs.com report

Multiple industry sources confirmed for LCT on Tuesday the name of the Trenton-based company that operated the limousine. LCT will not publish the name until it is disclosed by law enforcement authorities. LCT left a voice mail message with the company on Wednesday to get further information and will update this article as warranted.

The company's website advertises that “our company is fully insured, incorporated and licensed with all federal and state regulations. All our limos carry a minimum liability of $1,500,000. We are a reliable company with all late model limousines.”

The limousine company named by the sources is not a current or previous member of the National Limousine Association or the Limousine Associations of New Jersey.

— Martin Romjue, LCT editor

Related Topics: accident reporting, accidents, chauffeur behavior, chauffeur training, driver safety, limousine safety, passenger safety

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