NJ EMT dies after hitting deer then being struck by car
Larry Leonard, 54, hit a deer while riding his motorcycle, then stopped in the roadway and was struck by a vehicle, police say
HAMILTON TWP., N.J. — A local paramedic was struck and killed by a vehicle Wednesday night in Hamilton Township. Friends are still trying to accept the loss.
"I never in my wildest dreams thought that it would be him." Tim Housand is just one of many people who are trying to hold back tears, after hearing that one of their most valued friends is no longer with them. "Larry was full of life. A great guy."
On Wednesday night around 8:00 P.M. police say 54 year old Larry Leonard, of Fishing Creek was struck by a vehicle and killed, on Weymouth Road in Hamilton Township. Authorities say Leonard hit a deer while riding his motorcycle and stopped in the roadway.