Nj state trooper killed on 195
New Jersey State Trooper Marc K. Castellano, who was killed in the line of duty in 2010, set an example for others, officials said. On Friday, Murphy joined members of Castellano's family to unveil a sign that will permanently designate the section of Route 195 in Howell the town where he lived, and the area of the highway where he was killed as the State Trooper Marc K. Castellano Memorial Highway.N. J. State Police trooper dies from injuries suffered in Howell Township crash. A member of the Troop C Tactical Patrol Unit, he graduated as a member of the 136th New Jersey State Police Academy Training Class in September 2004. He is the first New Jersey State Trooper to be killed in the line duty since 2004 when Trooper Bertram Zimmerman was struck by a car. nj state trooper killed on 195
State trooper killed when patrol vehicle hits deer on Route 195. Both troopers were assigned to Hamilton Station and on duty at the time of the accident, State Police said. According to State Police, the last line of duty death for the New Jersey State Police was James Hoopes in 2012. The last trafficrelated death, they said,
New Jersey State Police ID trooper killed after car strikes deer on I195. According to the New Jersey State Police, Raspa was traveling eastbound on the highway around 12: 45 a. m. with another officer when their vehicle struck a deer, running off to the right side of the road into some trees. Raspa was taken to CentraState Hospital in Freehold May 30, 2015 New Jersey State Trooper Anthony Raspa, 24, was killed and another was injured when their cruiser struck a deer on an interstate highway, ran off the side of the road and hit a tree.nj state trooper killed on 195 Part of I195 dedicated to state trooper who was fatally struck in Howell. The dedication was made in Hamilton, the town where the 29yearold was stationed. A memorial already sits along I195 in Howell where Castellano was killed. Every day, our law enforcement officers put themselves in harms way to protect New Jerseyans. Castellano's death sparked what is now known as the Move Over Law.
View memorials for all fallen law enforcement officers from the New Jersey State Police, New Jersey. nj state trooper killed on 195 Pictured: New Jersey state trooper, 24, who was killed in highway horror crash after his cruiser struck a DEER and veered into tree. Anthony Raspa, 24, was driving along Interstate 195 at 1am onRating: 4.73 / Views: 505