【N.J】 Woman charged in N.J. automobile crash that killed mom of three throughout morning jog – New Jersey News

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A 35-year-old Morris County girl has been charged in a deadly automobile crash that killed a mom of three who was struck throughout her morning jog in Pequannock earlier this 12 months, authorities stated.

Maria Oliveri, of Riverdale, was charged with one rely of second-degree vehicular murder, one rely of disorderly individuals assault by auto, and quite a few motorized vehicle offenses, in line with the Morris County Prosecutor’s Workplace.

Oliveri was driving north within the southbound lane within the space of 157 Boulevard in Pequannock simply earlier than 8:30 a.m. on June 11 when her 2021 Mitsubishi Mirage struck Jill Altman Russo, 55, who was working alongside the highway and was later pronounced useless at a close-by hospital, authorities stated.

The automobile additionally struck a 32-year-old feminine bicyclist who suffered accidents however survived, authorities stated.

The prosecutor’s workplace on Saturday declined to launch extra particulars concerning the investigation that led to the costs.

A pal of Russo began a GoFundMe to assist with funeral bills and for her kids, all of whom are in school. One daughter is Reagan Russo, a sophomore on the Rowan College ladies’s basketball workforce.

“From nearly having a perfect attendance at every game home or away this season, to the support Jill constantly showed, to the kind words Jill had for our players, coaching staff, and University… we are absolutely heartbroken,” the workforce wrote on Fb in June.

Members of the Pequannock Township Police Division, the Morris County Sheriff’s Workplace Crime Scene Investigation Unit, and the Morris County Prosecutor’s Workplace Main Crimes Unit took half within the investigation.

If anybody has any data associated to this investigation, they need to name the Main Crimes Unit of the Morris County Prosecutor’s Workplace at 973-285-6200, or the Pequannock Township Police Division at 973-835-1700.

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