Dajaun Sutton Car Accident – The man who was killed in an automobile accident on Wednesday in Clifton Tp. was probably speeding and passing vehicles by swerving in and out of traffic in the moments immediately prior to the incident, according to statements made by state police in Dunmore on Thursday. Wednesday was the day that the collision took place. It was established that the deceased person was Dajaun J. Sutton, a resident of Irvington, New Jersey.
Dajaun J. Sutton was found to have passed away. In spite of the fact that witnesses performed cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) on him in an effort to save his life, he did not make it through the morning and passed dead in the southbound lanes of Interstate 380 just before 11 a.m. State police said that many witnesses told them that a motorist, identified Sutton, attempted to cross lanes from the left lane to the right lane in order to avoid rear-ending another automobile.
These witnesses told the troopers that the motorist was going from the left lane to the right lane. After making the transition, the driver of the Honda Civic Del Sol was thereafter unable to maintain control of the vehicle. Moreover, witnesses have testified that they saw Sutton’s vehicle speeding and swerving in and out of traffic while he was behind the wheel. The vehicle that Sutton was driving went through a guide rail and flipped over as he was traveling down an embankment.
The state police claim that he was ejected through the windshield because he was not wearing a seatbelt and that this caused the accident. It would appear that he suffered serious head trauma, most likely due to the impact of a blunt object. Members of the Covington Independent Fire Company responded to the scene of the accident and assisted anyone who needed it. Christopher Bohenek, a member of the State Police, was the one in charge of the inquiry.