Newly Wed New Jersey Man Killed Over a Road-Rage Dispute


June 17, 2021

By Jaspreet Kaur

A recently wedNew Jersey man was murdered over a road-rage dispute between two drivers — when a vehicle was smashed into approaching traffic, as indicated by a report. 

Sean Avon, 26, of Brick Township, was driving on Lanes Mills Road in Lakewood Township on Friday evening when another vehicle was pushed into his way, causing a head-on collision, as per the Ocean County Prosecutor's Office. The tragic incident was set off when two other drivers, traveling south out and about, got into an argument

Avrohom Pam, 18, then, at that point slammed his 2020 Ford into 73-year-old John Arendt's 2019 Honda CRV,  an observer told police. The effect sent Arendt's vehicle tearing into the northward path, where it struck Avon's 2012 Ford Mustang head-on, investigators said.

Avon, who was not a part of the fight, died at Ocean Medical Centre as a result of his severe injuries. He and his better half, Jessica Avon, had recently gotten hitched on May 21, and had plans of hosting a major get-together in October. The wedding had been delayed twice before due to the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Avon was a technician at Auto Lenders in Lakewood, who also enjoyed golfing, and playing guitar and piano, Jessica Avon told the reporters. "He was the most stunning person on this Earth. He was giving and generous and kind and beautiful. Beautiful, inside and out. He was my life,” Jessica added. Now, his corneas are being donated to help restore another person's vision. 

"It's one last gift,” she said. "He was always giving. That was something last he could do for the world. He just wanted to help everyone.