Toms River Woman ID'd as Victim in Fatal Crash
Police: 60-year-old was thrown from the back of a motorcycle in Mount Olive accident.
A 60-year-old Toms River woman has been identified as the victim of a fatal motorcycle crash Sunday night on Route 206 in Mount Olive, police said Monday afternoon.
Svetlana Boyette was a passenger of a motorcycle that was heading southbound on Route 206 when it struck a vehicle making a left turn out of the 7-Eleven parking lot, according to a statement released by the Mount Olive Police Department.
The impact of the crash caused Boyette to be thrown from the motorcycle, police said.
The driver of the motorcycle, Richard Boyette, 63, of Toms River, and the driver of the other vehicle, Angela Manfredo, 20, of Flanders, were each transported to Morristown Medical Center for "less serious injuries" and were both expected to be released after receiving treatment, police said.
According to police, Manfredo's Toyota Camry pulled out of the 7-Eleven parking lot and began to cross the southbound lanes of Route 206 when it was struck on the driver's side by the motorcycle.
No charges have been filed as of Monday afternoon, police said.
The crash is being investigated by the Mount Olive Police Department in conjunction with the Morris County Prosecutor's Vehicular Homicide Unit.
The Flanders Fire Department, the Budd Lake First Aid Squad, paramedics from St. Clares Hospital and the New Jersey Department of Transportation also assisted at the scene.
Route 206 was closed in both directions Sunday night from 8:30 p.m. until Monday morning at 12:30 a.m., while authorities investigated the scene.
If anyone has information regarding the crash, contact Mount Olive Police Officer Eric Anthony at 973-691-0900 ext. 7590.