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East Windsor Man Dies in Car Crash with Concrete Truck

Rangarau Sudhakara, of East Windsor, was pronounced dead at the scene.

A 74-year-old East Windsor resident died in a car crash Wednesday after his car collided with a truck on Route 130; he was pronounced dead at the scene.

East Windsor Police responded to the collision on Route 130 north at the intersection of Route 33 at around 2:45 p.m. on Wednesday. An International Truck shipping materials for the Mershon Concrete Company hit an Infiniti sedan as it entered into an intersection on Route 130 South from Route 33 West, according to police. Both of the cars stopped on the center median of Route 130. 

The driver of the sedan was Rangarau Sudhakara, of Sousa Court in East Windsor; he was extricated from the car and pronounced dead at the scene, police said. The driver of the truck, Robert Conover Jr., 52, of Wrightstown, did not report any injuries. 

Along with East Windsor Police, the East Windsor Volunteer Rescue Squad #2, the  East Windsor Volunteer Fire Department #1, the Hightstown Volunteer Fire Department, Capital Health Ambulance, Capital Health Paramedics, and Mercer County Prosecutor’s Office responded to the scene.

Traffic on Route 130 South was closed surrounding the scene of the accident for about one hour and Route 130 North was closed while the scene was cleared.

The collision is currently under investigation by the East Windsor Polidce Department Traffic Safety Unit and the Mercer County Prosecutor’s Office Serious Collision Response Team. No charges have been filed, according to police. 

Nadine Sauer May 19, 2013 at 12:49 AM
No surprise here..... Haldeman Ford ALWAYS parks their biggest trucks and SUV's at the corner of their building, COMPLETELY obstructing the view of oncoming traffic. The intersection is at a slight curve and with the vehicle obstructing the view , this poor soul never stood a chance. He could not have seen the oncoming cement truck until it was too late and he was well into the intersection. Point in reference, they still have a huge SUV with a snowplow sitting there in the corner today, still at the corner of the building even after this horrific and tragic and possibly avoidable accident. Wondering why this is legal to obstruct the view of a very fast moving and dangerous intersection
Jay L June 02, 2013 at 02:53 AM
This WASN'T the intersection of 130 and hickory corner road it was the next one going southbound.

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