Anthony Mulhearn Obituary, Man visiting U.S. identified as man struck, killed by NJ Transit train

Anthony Mulhearn Obituary, Death – The victim of a fatal train accident that occurred a week ago in Spring Lake, New Jersey, has been identified as a 24 year old Irish man by the local authorities. The fatal train accident was caused by a train that was operated by New Jersey Transit. Spring Lake was the location where the incident took place. According to the officials, Anthony Mulhearn, who was in the United States legally thanks to a visa and was staying in Spring Lake, was hit and killed by a train operated by the North Jersey Coast Line at approximately 11:50 p.m. on Thursday. The incident took place just south of the train station. Anthony Mulhearn was a native of Mulinavat, which is located in Ireland, and he was currently traveling through the United States.

Train 4398, which was run by the North Jersey Coast Line and departed Bay Head at 11:34 p.m., was headed in the direction of Long Branch, which was its ultimate destination. The last shuttle train of the night, which only ran during the evening and overnight hours, had a total of six passengers on board, according to the authorities. An expression of condolence was sent to an Irish radio station by the school that Mulhearn attended in Ireland while he was living there. The station received the statement, which expressed condolences for his passing and offered condolences to his family.

Everyone who knew Anthony will miss him greatly because he was always quiet, polite, and courteous, as stated in a statement that was delivered to by New Ross’ Good Council College. During this difficult time, we want his parents, his brothers, and the rest of the Mulhearn family to know that we are thinking of them and praying for them. We want them to know that we are thinking about them and praying for them.