Man hit by car, seriously injured in ...

Man hit by car, seriously injured in Maple Shade

There are 6 comments on the NJ.com story from Dec 5, 2013, titled Man hit by car, seriously injured in Maple Shade. In it, NJ.com reports that:

The 19-year-old was heading to meet with a relative after leaving a study group when he was hit at about 9 p.m. The victim, Zachary Snyder, of Pennsauken, suffered serious injuries and was sent to Cooper University Hospital in Camden, where he is in critical condition, police said.

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rmb maple shade resident

Gloucester City, NJ

#1 Dec 5, 2013
im sure speeding was the main factor in this tragic accindent, ive been telling maple shade police to set up radar on main street for years,(yes years), but to no avail, i have two young boys, that i walk over to olph and had numerous altercations with speeding drivers at the cross walks, even getting dirty looks from drivers because they had to stop for pedestrians, this has got to stop, please someone help us!
concerned citizen

Clementon, NJ

#2 Dec 5, 2013
MY HEART GOES OUT TO THE FAMILY. SO SORRY FOR YOUR TRAGEDY.
THE NEIGHBORHOOD AS A WHOLE SHOULD PETITION FOR SPEED BUMPS OR SOMETHING. THESE ACCIDENTS NEED TO STOP ONCE AND FOR ALL!!!!!!!!!
GOD BLESS
Speechless

Mantua, NJ

#3 Dec 5, 2013
What a tragic event. My relative is friends with his mother. She had his organs donated so others might have a Christmas miracle. An amazing woman. God bless her and her family and may her son rest with the angels.
saddened

Pine Grove, PA

#4 Dec 6, 2013
speeding was not a factor in this accident. Speculation is never a good idea. How amazing his mother is to have donated his organs. My heart breaks for her and her family at this difficult time. I know the person who hit him. An amazing person as well who is heartbroken at this accident. They did everything they could at the scene to help him. Unfortunately sometimes we do not know why things happen and I hope all involved can find peace and heal with time......
Praying for Peace

Newtown, PA

#5 Dec 9, 2013
My daughter played soccer with Zach. He was quite a special young man. Our prayers are with his family, friends and the person who was driving the car, as I know they must feel terrible. This is very, very sad.
rmb maple shade resident

Gloucester City, NJ

#6 Dec 11, 2013
(saddened) is right! speeding was not a factor and i assumed it was and for that im sorry for posting a message without the facts, this is a tragic accident and my prayers go out to the young man and his family and the driver. please god hear out prayers!
peace be with you.. all

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