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NJ High School Senior, 17, mourned a fatal accident involving a single SUV

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ALEXANDRIA – A Hunterdon County ward mourns the loss of a high school graduate who died in a car accident on New Year’s Day.

Liam Newman, 17, of Frenchtown, died Saturday, according to state police and a GoFundMe campaign that received donations for his surviving family.

According to Quakertown Fire Co. on their Facebook page, state police and local first responders responded around 5:30 a.m. on Saturday at Hog Hollow Road and Route 513 in the community because of a serious car accident.

Newman was driving a Ford Explorer when he turned off the road and came across a sign before taxiing, state police said. The SUV then hit a tree and a crash barrier.

The crash was investigated through Thursday.

The Delaware Valley Regional Education Association remembered the teenager online, as did the wrestling and lacrosse school teams where he was a college player.

Visiting times were planned for Thursday at a funeral home in Holland Township, where, according to an online update, before a private COVID logs were present

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