ABERDEEN — On Saturday morning, a nun who was 88 years old and was driving on the Garden State Parkway was killed when she attempted to drive across all three lanes of traffic.
At approximately 10:45 in the morning, State Police Sgt.
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Philip Curry reported that a woman named Joan Butler from West Orange had stopped on the right shoulder of the southbound lanes approaching Exit 118.
After that, Butler got back into the flow of traffic, but instead of merging in the correct manner, she abruptly went over to the left lane, where she was struck by a Lexus NX.
After being transported to Bayshore Medical Center in Holmdel for treatment of his terrible injuries, a physician there confirmed that Butler had passed away.
Curry did not reveal the reason why she stopped, and she stated that an inquiry into the collision is still ongoing.
The man who was driving the Lexus, who was 49 years old and from Middlesex, was hurt slightly in the collision.
According to Sister Maureen Shaughnessy, who is the General Superior of the order, Butler was a member of the Sisters of Charity of Saint Elizabeth in the Convent Station part of Morris Township.
This information was provided by Shaughnessy.
She chose not to comment on the crash, noting the fact that an investigation is still taking on.
On the Garden State Parkway in Monmouth County, it was the eighth deadly accident, and it was the second fatal accident in Aberdeen.