Man Fell Asleep at the Wheel in NJ, Charged with Murphy’s Law Coronavirus Violation


Kevin Beneventa, 35, of Clementon, was charged by the Mount Ephraim Police with violating the emergency orders after he was involved in an accident yesterday, April 15. He also was ticketed for driving without a license, failure to keep right, and failure to wear a seatbelt. Police responded to a report of an accident at 6:05 a.m. with a car overturned on West King’s Highway. Beneventa told police he fell asleep while driving. His vehicle struck a parked car and rolled, ending up in the middle of the road. He was taken to Cooper University Hospital for treatment.

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