State police say a Williamstown woman was not wearing a seat belt in the Sept. 22 crash that killed her.
An investigation has determined a Williamstown woman killed in a one-car crash on Route 42 on Sept. 22 was not wearing a seat belt when the car crashed. Itay Massoquoi, 29, was partially ejected from the 2001 Ford Taurus during the crash. The car struck two trees before rolling over onto its side, according to New Jersey State Police. Massoquoi was a rear-seat passenger. The one-car crash occurred near exit 10, in Gloucester Township's Blackwood section. The car's driver, Monte Brown, 30, also of Williamstown, has been charged with driving while intoxicated, state police said. Additional charges are pending. Brown and his front-seat passenger did not sustain serious injuries in the crash.
A 29-year-old woman dies in the Blackwood crash at around 5:30 Saturday evening.
A 29-year-old Williamstown woman was killed in a one-car accident on Route 42, in Blackwood, Saturday evening. Itay Massoquoi was partially ejected from the vehicle when it rolled onto its driver's side after striking two trees along the state highway, near exit 10, according to New Jersey State Police spokesman Sgt. Adam Grossman. She was pronounced dead at the scene. The accident occurred at 5:25 p.m. The driver, 30-year-old Monte Brown, also of Williamstown, has been charged with driving while intoxicated, Grossman said Sunday afternoon. Additional charges may be filed against Brown. Brown and front-seat passenger, Anita Saunders, 46, of Clayton, were taken to Cooper University Hospital in Camden for treatment of non-life-threatening …