Fire truck and vehicle collision in Magnolia leaves two people dead

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MAGNOLIA — Two Pine Hill residents died in a collision here between their car and a fire truck here, authorities say.

John Bishop, 68, and Marie Endicott, 75, were fatally injured Wednesday morning in a crash at White Horse Pike and Warwick Road, according to the Camden County Prosecutor's Office.

Their vehicle collided around 9:55 a.m. with a Lawnside Fire Company truck that was responding to a cardiac arrest call in Magnolia, the prosecutor's office said in a statement Thursday.

Two people in a car died in a collision Wednesday morning between their vehicle and a fire truck at White Horse Pike and Warwick Road in Magnolia.
Two people in a car died in a collision Wednesday morning between their vehicle and a fire truck at White Horse Pike and Warwick Road in Magnolia.

Three firefighters who were inside the fire truck sustained minor injuries.

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An investigation is underway into the accident, which snarled traffic in the heavily traveled area, the prosecutor's office said.

This story may be updated.

Jim Walsh covers public safety, economic development and other beats for the Courier-Post, Burlington County Times and The Daily Journal.

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This article originally appeared on Cherry Hill Courier-Post: Magnolia NJ fatal collision at White Horse Pike and Warwick Road

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