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HOLMDEL — A Belmar man was killed Friday after he was struck by a vehicle in the shoulder of the Garden State Parkway, according to New Jersey State Police.
John Carroll, 60, stopped his southbound vehicle by milepost 115.9 in Holmdel and stepped out onto the shoulder of the highway when he was struck by a passing Jeep around 9:48 p.m., State Trooper Charles Marchan said in an email.
“As a result of the accident Carroll suffered fatal injuries,” Marchan said.
Pedro A. Carlo, 41, of the Hopelawn section of Woodbridge, who was driving the Jeep, suffered no injuries, according to State Police.
Authorities are continuing to investigate.
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Amanda Oglesby is an Ocean County native who covers Brick, Barnegat and Lacey townships as well as the environment. She has worked for the Press for more than a decade. Reach her at @OglesbyAPP, email@example.com or 732-557-5701.
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