UPDATE: Man Dies In Parkway Crash, Police Say

BRICK, NJ — A male was killed early Wednesday morning when a automobile he was pushing strike a tractor trailer on a Garden State Parkway, New Jersey State Police said.

Further sum about a male are not nonetheless available, Sgt. Gregory Williams of a state military open affairs bureau said.

The pile-up happened in a southbound lanes about 5:35 a.m. during milemarker 92 in Brick, Williams said, and a male was ejected from his automobile as a outcome of a crash.

He was conspicuous passed during a scene, Williams said.

The pile-up resulted in a closure of a southbound lanes until about 9:30 a.m. and resulted in poignant rubbernecking that led to a delegate collision in a northbound lanes shortly before 8 a.m., according to 511nj.org, a state Department of Transportation’s highway trade website.

Rubbernecking stays an emanate in a area, according to a site.

There was an additional pile-up reported in Wall and another one in Holmdel in a northbound lanes though those were fast cleared.

This is a violation news news and will be updated as some-more information becomes available.

PREVIOUSLY: Commuters roving a Garden State Parkway Wednesday morning are confronting a formidable float as mixed accidents have caused closures and trade backups, according to reports.

A pile-up with an overturned car that happened before 5:30 a.m. in a area of Exit 90 resulted in a finish shutdown of a southbound lanes of a Parkway, that remained sealed as of 8 a.m., according to a NJ Department of Transportation’s site 511nj.org.

The Ocean County Sheriff’s Office conspicuous around Nixle warning only before 8 a.m. that a southbound lanes will be sealed in a area until serve notice.

The ensuing rubbernecking led to a pile-up with injuries on a northbound side in a same area about 7:30 a.m., 511nj.org reported. That pile-up is restraint a left shoulder, according to a site.

The jams are inspiring trade on circuitously roads, with additional volume creation transport delayed on Route 9 by Toms River and Lakewood.