Road Rage Kills Teaneck NJ Woman

Post Date August 2, 2012 –  A Teaneck NJ woman was killed following a crash on the Garden State Parkway.  The accident is believed to have been caused by  a road rage incident on July 3, 2012.  The Victim was identified as Annetta Billingy. She was a passenger in a car owned by John Emili’,  a 2004 Honda Pilot. According to authorities; Emili together with another driver, Thomas J. Vanderweit, had been aggressively tailgating each other on a stretch of the New Jersey Parkway going while traveling through Washington Township.  The New

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Road Rage Kills Teaneck NJ Woman

Jersey State Police believed that road rage due to the tailgating, excessive speed and the frequent line-switching resulted to a fatal turn after Emili lost complete control of his Honda. The Honda slammed into the guard rail and then collided with Vanderweit’s Chevy Trail Blazer. The collision forced both vehicles off the road.  The road rage victim, Billingy,  was sitting in the back of Emili’s car.

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Based on the NJ State Police investigation, it’s reported she failed to be wearing a seat belt which resulted to her being ejected out of the vehicle and killed. BIllingy was airlifted to Hackensack University Medical Center but was pronounced dead around noon that Sunday. State police official State Trooper Christopher Kay said that both drivers will be facing charges of vehicular homicide, Road Rage and other offenses.


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