Look out! You'll want to be EXTRA careful when driving on these Ocean County roads.
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Did you know you can access fatal accident statistics for NJ online? I didn't until earlier today. The New Jersey State Police's website keeps track of the state's fatal accidents each year and organizes it by county.
Before I break down which Ocean County roads have the most fatalities for 2021, I wanted to share that I also took a look at the total number of fatal accidents across all counties up to and including today, October 18th. Ocean County has the 6th highest number of fatal accidents with 32. The county with the highest fatal accident count is Camden County with 53.
Keep scrolling to find out which Ocean County roads are the deadliest as of today, October 18th, 2021. Do you drive on any of them?
The Deadliest Roads in Ocean County in 2021 According to the NJSP
Be careful! These Ocean County roads have the most fatal accidents as of October 18th 2021, according to the New Jersey State Police.
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