2 Women Killed When Car Ran Off Road, Hit Trees In Gloucester Township

2 Women Killed When Car Ran Off Road, Hit Trees In Gloucester Township Officials are investigating a single vehicle accident that killed two people and injured three others on Route 42.

Twenty-year-old Lonae Moore and 21-year-old Aniyah Gillespie were pronounced dead at the scene, police announced Sunday.

Two of the other three people in the vehicle were taken to Cooper University Hospital with non life-threatening injuries.

The vehicle was traveling northbound on Route 42 in Gloucester Township at 9:30 p.m. Saturday, when it ran off the road, struck several trees and overturned, police say.

Authorities are trying to figure out exactly what led to the wreck.

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