A search is underway for a missing 16-year-old South Jersey girl who was last seen near a high school, police said Friday. The Lumberton Township Police Detective Bureau is attempting to locate Breanna E. Kleman, who ran away from the area of Rancocas Valley Regional High School on Friday, Sept. 15, around 3:23 p.m.At that time, patrol officers were dispatched to the Unit block of Hopewell Avenue in Lumberton for a missing runaway female, police said. The search soon began.
Two people have been killed in separate fatal crashes on the same New Jersey highway this weekend, police said. The first crash happened at 8:17 a.m. on Saturday at mile-marker 52 on I-287 involving two vehicles, a 1967 MG and a Nissan Sentra. The Nissan struck the MG in the rear on the southbound side in Pequannock, causing both to run off the runway, police said. The MG overturned and the Nissan hit several trees. The driver of the MG was pronounces dead of the scene.
A truck crashed in I-80 on Friday, shutting down the westbound side of the roadway at Exit 4, authorities say. The truck overturned on I-80 westbound west of Exit 4 and Route 46 in Knowlton, authorities said. Details were sketchy at press time but some on social media captured the scene. We'll have more information as it comes in. Traffic Alert: I-80 west - CLOSED @ #4 (#Route46) in #Knowlton with an overturned tractor trailer.
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Selecting a term
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Twitter handles (e.g. @username) — returns those who have mentioned or replied to
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Hashtags (e.g. #sxsw, #london2012)
Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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Find results that mention multiple specified terms, use AND or
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