Fatal Motorcycle Accident on I-95 / New Jersey Turnpike

New Jersey (October 2, 2011)  According to the New Jersey Police a motorcyclist was killed on I-95 / New Jersey Turnpike near Exit 11 in Middlesex County.   Jay T. Dean was driving a 2004 Suzuki Motorcycle south in the truck lane  when he crashed into the rear of Isuzu Rodeo around 1 pm.

Jay T. Dean was ejected from the bike, landing in the center lane of the turnpike.  Dean died at the scene.

The New Jersey State Police are investigating the fatal accident.

12 Thoughts on “Fatal Motorcycle Accident on I-95 / New Jersey Turnpike

  1. The accident actually occurred at 1pm. I actually passed the victim when we were on the cars only lane… He was covered in white towel. His motorcycle was about 50feet from his body… It was such a surreal scene to see. I hope he’s I’m a better place… May he rest in peace.

  2. RIP Jay we miss you already bro I still can’t believe it your gone.

  3. Kristin on October 4, 2011 at 7:48 pm said:

    Does anyone know how to find out about when the services are?

    • Christine on October 8, 2011 at 1:21 pm said:

      Was he chased by the police? It was very strange that the plain police car was right there immediately when the accident happened and THEY were giving him CPR… It is is illegal to chase a cyclist. If I were his closest kin, I would look into the police investigation details. The accident happened exactly at the Edison stop and we pulled out to gas up. They just started to give him CPR, the plain police car standing right behind him. One woman said that a few minutes before he passed her with an incredible speed. Given his speed and the immediate presence of the police prompted us to think that HE WAS CHASED…. look into it

  4. Carol Quinn on October 4, 2011 at 8:24 pm said:

    Funeral Services for Jay Dean
    Saturday October 8th, 2011
    Matawan United Methodist Church
    478 Atlantic Avenue, Aberdeen NJ 07747
    12-2pm Viewing
    2pm- Funeral Services
    Repass to follow immediately after burial

    • Christine on October 8, 2011 at 1:20 pm said:

      Was he chased by the police? It was very strange that the plain police car was right there immediately when the accident happened and THEY were giving him CPR… It is is illegal to chase a cyclist. If I were his closest kin, I would look into the police investigation details. The accident happened exactly at the Edison stop and we pulled out to gas up. They just started to give him CPR, the plain police car standing right behind him. One woman said that a few minutes before he passed her with an incredible speed. Given his speed and the immediate presence of the police prompted us to think that HE WAS CHASED…. So check out the details!!!

  5. natural on October 4, 2011 at 9:05 pm said:

    RIP Jay Dean… From: Natural promotions Motorcycle Club Nj

  6. Sunday Driver on October 5, 2011 at 6:56 am said:

    I was on 95 South and remember seeing him a few minutes before the accident…i could not stop thinking about this young man all day! I saw an officer doing cpr and just prayed he would make it. I was extremely saddened when at work the next day I decided to google the accident and learned he did not survive. My heart broke! My deepest condolences to his family.

  7. BUTTERFLY on October 5, 2011 at 8:28 am said:

    RIP JAY DEAN WILL MISS YOU MY MOTORCYCLE BROTHER………LAST GEAR MC

  8. Katrina Stoogenke on October 5, 2011 at 1:43 pm said:

    RIP My Cousin Jay. We will ALL miss your smile.

  9. LeKisha on October 5, 2011 at 4:23 pm said:

    RIP Jay, my prayers are with you and your family.

  10. RVT1000R on October 6, 2011 at 2:38 pm said:

    I was riding my bike in car lane and saw the aftermath of the accident. I stopped and got off the bike and took off my helmet. Paramedics were performing CPR on him and I didn’t wanted to leave until I saw him breath again. But unfortunately he never recovered and that’s when I saw EMT guys put white sheet on him. I was extremely sad cause even though I didn’t know Jay, I felt sad cause he’s a fellow rider. Apparently there was another biker in truck lane who stopped just like I did. I jumped the guard-rail and walked over to the truck lane and asked another biker what had happened. He said he didn’t see it happen but apparently there was another guy riding with Jay who never stopped after the accident and kept on riding. Which I believe was f***ed up. My heart goes out to his family and friends. RIP.

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