Man dies in accident
Man dies, two seriously injured in crash
WINSLOW TWP.—A motor vehicle crash on April 17 included the death of Anthony Rebardo, 62, of Hammonton, serious bodily injuries to his 15-year-old juvenile passenger and serious bodily injuries to Lori Orsi, 45, of Hammonton, who was in a vehicle struck by Rebardo’s vehicle, according to a report from the Winslow Twp. Police Department provided by Lt. Chris Dubler. The accident occurred at the intersection of the White Horse Pike (Route 30) and Wiltsey’s Mill Road at 8:32 a.m., the police report said.
According to the police report, on April 17, Winslow Twp. Police, Fire and EMS were dispatched to the intersection of the White Horse Pike and Wiltsey’s Mill Road for a motor vehicle crash. Upon arrival, units found a two vehicle motor vehicle crash, the report said.
The police report said that investigation on scene revealed a red 2008 GMC Sierra operated by Anthony V. Rebardo was traveling east on the White Horse Pike when it failed to negotiate the bend in the roadway at the intersection of Wiltsey’s Mill Road. The GMC continued onto Wiltsey’s Mill Road where it collided with a gray 2013 Hyundai Sonta [Sonata] operated by Lori L. Orsi which was traveling north on Wiltsey’s Mill Road, the police report said.
Rebardo was transported to Virtua Hospital where he was pronounced deceased, the police report said. His juvenile passenger was transported to Cooper Hospital with serious bodily injury, according to the police report.
The police report said Orsi was airlifted to AtlantiCare Regional Medical Center in Atlantic City with serious bodily injury.
According to the police report, there are no charges at this time and the crash remains under investigation.
Patrolman Justin Valentino is the investigating officer, the police report said.