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UPDATE: Police Identify Man Killed in Route 547 Crash in Howell

Motorcycle was hit by large SUV

The Howell Police Department announced on Monday night that 41-year-old Point Pleasant resident Scott Incalcatera was the man killed on Saturday when his motorcycle was struck near the intersection of Route 547 and Miller Road. 

According to Sgt. Joseph Markulic of the Howell Police Department Isidor S. Palmeri, 35, of Jackson was attempting to to make a left from the northbound lane in his 2013 GMC Yukon when he struck the Incalcatera who was traveling south. 

Markulic said Incalcatera, who was not originally identified pending family notification, attempted to stop and put the motorcycle on its side before being hit by the truck. The motorcycle was identified as a 2002 Suzuki GSXR 750.

Incalcatera was pronounced dead at the scene. Palmeri was taken to Jersey Shore University Medical Center where he was treated and released. A passenger in his vehicle was not injured in the crash. 

Also responding to the crash were personnel from MONOC, the Ramtown Fire Department and First Aid Squads, the Monmouth County Prosecutor's Office, the Monmouth County SCART and the Monmouth County Road Department.

Sgt. Markulic said summonses are pending investigation. The crash is being investigated by the Howell Police Department and anyone with information about the crash is encouraged to call Sgt. Markulic at 732-938-4575 ext. 2831 or Ptl. Scott Brooks at ext. 2185.

Lauren Sampson October 22, 2012 at 11:47 PM
Please have someone proof your work before you post it. I had to read the first paragraph three times before I figured out what you were saying.
Gate321 October 23, 2012 at 12:41 PM
What makes you think a proofreader would be able to fix a run on sentence. The art of punctuation has been replaced by emoticons and abbreviations.

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