George Sadue Obituary, Death –┬áThe identities of the two people who passed away as a result of an SUV accident that occurred on Tuesday in Ramsey have been made public by the local authorities. The accident took place as a result of a collision between the SUV they were riding in and a tree. At the time of the collision, the driver of the vehicle was George Sadue, a 77-year-old man from Coventry, Rhode Island, who was also the owner of the vehicle. Ethel Toth, who was 96 years old and was originally from Upper Saddle River, was his passenger on this trip. She was originally from Upper Saddle River.

On Tuesday at 2:30 in the afternoon, there was a collision that took place in the neighborhood of a gas station that is located on Route 17 North. According to the statement that was released by the Chief of Police of the Ramsey Police Department, Brian Lyman, it was indicated that the vehicle “left the lane and impacted a tree.” As a direct consequence of the impact, Toth was killed in an instant. Lyman claims that Sadue was freed from the truck, but that she did not survive for more than a short while after the event.

In addition to this, he added that there was no one else in the vehicle and that there were no further injuries that were reported. He also stated that there were no witnesses to the accident. According to Lyman, who asserts that “At this moment, the cause of the accident is still unknown,” it would appear that no further vehicles were involved in the collision. However, the cause of the accident is still unknown. Lyman asserts that in the hours immediately following the collision, in order to divert traffic away from Route 17 North, the New Jersey Department of Transportation cooperated in rerouting the traffic.

This proceeded for a considerable amount of time. In addition to local police detectives and investigators from the traffic bureau, members of the county sheriff’s office and the Fatal Accident Investigative Unit of the Bergen County Prosecutor’s Office are in charge of leading the investigation at this point.