Tragedy in Lakewood: R’ Peretz Scheinerman z”l

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It is with great sadness that Matzav.com reports the passing of a 56-year-old man in Lakewood, NJ, moments ago on thisĀ Motzoei Taanis Esther.

The man was walking on Central Avenue, near Hillside Blvd. and the entrance of West Gate, when he was struck by a vehicle.

Passersby immediately called Hatzolah, who treated the patient at the scene. The patient, suffering from traumatic arrest, was administered CPR andĀ transported to Monmouth Medical Southern Campus (Kimball) in severe condition.

Further details will be provided once proper notifications are made.

Boruch Dayan Ha’Emes.

Update: The niftar is R’ Peretz Scheinerman z”l, who recently moved to Lakewood. He is a brother of Rav Moshe Scheinerman, rov of Khal Bnei Hayeshivos of Flatbush. (Note: The niftar has a nephew and a cousin with the same name.)

Umacha Hashem dimah me’al kol ponim.

{Matzav.com}

7 COMMENTS

  1. BD”E
    This comes up every time we hear about these tragedies. Was he wearing a reflector? Was there ample street lighting.

  2. He was a man who suffered a lot in his lifetime, he just moved back from EY to make a fresh start. Hid neshama should just have the peace that it did not have in his lifetime. He had a lot of tzaros one after another.

  3. Dear concerned taxpayer. My heart would have been warmed had you instead called yourself concerned Yid and opened with comments of empathy and at the end added your concerns toward prevention.

  4. Maybe instead of critical comments on Matzav, you should start an awareness campaign and incest some real effort into people wearing reflectors.

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