Galloway man dies in single-vehicle crash in Absecon

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Facebook posts lit up the internet on Sunday morning as friends and family began to pay their respects for a Galloway Township man killed in a one-car accident Saturday night in Absecon./Facebook Facebook posts lit up the internet on Sunday morning as friends and family began to pay their respects for a Galloway Township man killed in a one-car accident Saturday night in Absecon./Facebook ABSECON  Facebook posts lit up the Internet Sunday morning as friends and family began to pay their respects for a Galloway man killed in a single-car accident Saturday night in Absecon.

Keith Mills, 28, was identified as the man who was ejected during a rollover accident that occurred 10:07 p.m. Saturday, May 3 in the eastbound lanes of Route 30 near Delilah Road.

The vehicle struck the center barrier, overturned and came to rest on its roof, police said.

Mills was pronounced dead at the scene, according to a statement made by the Absecon Police Department.

The other occupant of the vehicle was treated and transported to AtlantiCareRegionalMedicalCenter, City Campus for treatment.

The White Horse Pike was closed to eastbound traffic for about seven hours.

Also assisting were Absecon EMS, the Absecon Fire Department, Exceptional EMS, the Atlantic County Prosecutor’s Office Fatal Crash Unit, Pleasantville and Galloway police departments, New Jersey State Deptartment of Transportation.

The incident is being investigated by Ptl. Christian F. Cavileer. Anyone with information about the accident is asked to contact the Absecon Police Department at 609-641-0667.


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