Is Failure To Stop at a Stop Sign the Cause of Fatal New Jersey Accident

An alleged failure to stop at a stop sign cost a 51-year-old Howell, New Jersey man his life on May 3. David Pszczola was headed west on East Aldrich Road in a 2001 Chevrolet van when he was struck on the passenger side by driver Ada Borda-Urban, driving a 2008 Honda Accord. The result of the collision caused Pszczola’s car to roll several times before coming to a rest in a nearby driveway. Pszczola died at the scene due to the result of his injuries.

Police said that Pszczola sustained a severe brain injury. Emergency services tried to resuscitate Pszczola, but were unable to. Borda-Urban was transported to a hospital, where she was treated for minor injuries and later released. No citations have been issued for Borda-Urban, but police said the Investigation is still ongoing. The intersection is controlled by a stop sign that gives East Aldrich Road the right of way.

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1 thought on “Is Failure To Stop at a Stop Sign the Cause of Fatal New Jersey Accident”

  1. Did Howell Township bring charges against Ada Borda-Urban in this case? It’s been over 2 months now and there’s been nothing about it in the local media and no further discussion of a traffic light which is desperately needed at the intersection of Pinewood and E Aldrich Rds. She killed that man and now his wife and two young sons are on their own!

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