It was an ominous Thursday night and Friday morning for two motorists who died after two separate accidents along the deadly New Jersey Turnpike and Route 206 stretches of Burlington County.

The two fatalities were identified as 63 years old, David Fluri residing in Morrisville, Pa. and 65 years old, Parmjit Singh resident of Avenel – Meddlesex County. The lives of these two seniors were forfeited in the accident. Fluri was the fatality of the accident in Route 206 that Friday afternoon near Tabernacle; while Singh died in an accident at the turnpike late Thursday at Chesterfield.

Spokesperson of the New Jersey State Police said that the Route 206 accident in Route 206 happened after 12 noon that Friday. Fluri, a former teacher of Council Rock was operating his Chevy SUV Equinox going northward when he stopped preparing to execute a left turn into a Valero gas station. He was hit at the back by a flatbed truck. The impact of the collision was strong that the SUV was towards the southbound lanes where it it was hit by box truck going south, police said. Fluri had a companion in his vehicle, identified as 56 years old, Lindalee Fluri, a resident of Morrisville. They were both immediately transported to Mount Holly’s Virtua Memorial hospital and then later airlifted to Camden’s University Hospital. David Fluri was later pronounced dead by Medical personnel while Lindalee was considered in critical condition that Friday night. The victim of the second accident happening a day after, Parmjit Singh was seriously injured and he also expired that night.

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