Crash in Medford Lakes, NJ, kills high school student, reports say


MEDFORD LAKES – A teenager was in mourning after a fatal two-vehicle crash in the borough early Monday.

One person was killed and others were injured in a crash just after midnight on Stokes Road and Pawnee Trail in Medford Lakes, according to the Burlington County District Attorney’s Office.

Although authorities have not released the identities of those involved, family members have confirmed that the teenage girl who died was Gianna Mastalski, of Mullica Hill in Harrison Township, as reported by 6ABC Action News and NBC Philadelphia.

The 17-year-old was a senior at Clearview Regional High School, according to the same reports. She was due to graduate with her class on Thursday.

Details of the crash were still under investigation and no charges were filed Tuesday. Autopsy results were also awaited.

The Medford Lakes Facebook page offered condolences to the crash victims, friends and families affected, while urging the public to exercise restraint as police continue to investigate the incident.

The page asked the public to respect the family’s privacy “and refrain from posting any details or rumors regarding the accident during this difficult time.”

Erin Vogt is a reporter and anchor for New Jersey 101.5. You can reach her at [email protected]

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