Driver in Route 206 Crash Dies in Philadelphia Hospital
The driver who veered off Route 206 in Princeton Township Saturday morning and crashed into a large rock formation has died as a result of injuries suffered in the crash, police said today.
Victor Harris-Milroy, 32, of New Brunswick, died in a Philadelphia hospital yesterday, police said.
He was heading southbound on Route 206 between Cherry Hill Road and Jefferson Road when, for unknown reasons, he crossed over in to the opposing lane of traffic in his Chevy Cobalt last Saturday morning. The car then left the road, struck a large rock formation and flipped over on to the passenger’s side.
Harris-Milroy was alone and was unconscious when police and rescue workers arrived on the scene. He was extricated from the vehicle by members of the Princeton First Aid Squad and Princeton Fire Department and was initially transported to the University Medical Center at Princeton with critical injuries and later taken to a Philadelphia hospital.
Police have asked that any witnesses to the accident contact Ptl. Marshall Provost at 609-921-2100.