Authorities: Van involved in Route 130 deadly crash found, driver remains at largePosted: Updated:
Authorities say a van involved in a deadly multivehicle crash in Robbinsville has been found in Pennsylvania, but the driver remains at large.
The crash happened last Monday around 6:30 p.m. on Route 130.
According to authorities, a southbound van caused a car driven by Vincent Zitani, 23, of Yardville, to cross over the median, and collided with another car and a crossover SUV that were both traveling northbound.
Authorities say Zitani was pronounced dead at the scene, while the driver of the other car and several people in the SUV were injured.
The van drove away from the scene, but was found Tuesday morning in Langhorne, Pennsylvania.
Authorities say the driver has not been located.
AP wire services helped contribute to this report.
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