Family of man killed in school bus crash offers $100 reward for return of watch
A New Jersey family is offering a reward for the return of a watch that was worn by a Hopewell Township man when he was killed in a bus accident earlier this month.
The family of Larry W. Waller Jr., 43, is offering $100 for the return of a a Citizen Eco Drive wristwatch that belonged to the NJ man, according to NJ Advance Media.
The story states that the family has managed to get most of his belongings returned to them following the crash, with the exception of the watch. The man's father, Larry Waller Sr., told NJ Advance Media that the watch has "sentimental value" to the family.
New Jersey State Police said Waller was driving westbound on Route 49 in Fairfield when his RAV 4 crossed over into the eastbound lanes into the path of a school bus, causing it to go off the road and overturn.
The crash also injured the school bus driver, four students and an aide, all of whom were transported to local hospitals.
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