So many questions have yet to be answered regarding a car crash that occurred in Pleasantville, NJ on Tuesday, July 27th.

A young woman, only 31-years-old tragically lost her life after her car crashed at the crossroads of North Main Street and Utah Avenue. The Press of Atlantic City has reported that not much is known at all about what exactly happened that fateful morning. Pleasantville police responded to a call during the mid-hours of the morning, around 6:30 a.m., and discovered 31-year-old Allison Tomsello unresponsive.

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Reportedly, the car was found completely wrecked. Tomsello somehow veered off the road and hit both a telephone pole AND a retention wall.

As of Thursday morning, no word has yet been revealed to the public as to whether or not Tomsello was in a compromised situation or state at the time of the accident. Police haven't even said whether or not they believe there was something that could've made Tomsello swerve off the road. One would assume that her family has been notified by now, but that hasn't been confirmed either.

Once police had arrived on the scene, Tomsello at some point was determined to be unresponsive. She wasn't transported to a hospital or medical facility as she was pronounced dead at the scene.

Everything known about the accident so far can be found HERE.

Source: The Press Of Atlantic City

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