New Jersey State Police have released new information about a vehicle involved in a Saturday morning on I-676 in Camden as one of the victims dies from her injuries.

Police say they are now looking for a 2005-2008  model year Nissan Xtrerra  that  injured several people  in the accident which occured  at about 11:40AM on the northbound side at exit 4 according to State Police. One of the accident victims,29-year-old Michelle Macinnes of Jackson, has died from her injuries.

The Xterra's airbags may have deployed and likely has  heavy front end damage, heavy hood damage, and a smashed windshield. The individuals, two white males and a white female, stopped after the accident and got out but immediately departed when they saw the damage and injuries of the victims. They got off the highway at exit 4.

The driver is described as a white male in his late 20's, approximately 5'-10" with brown hair and tan skin. He may have a tatoo on his lower arm. He was wearing jean shorts and a white or light color shirt.


Anyone with information regarding the location of this vehicle or its occupants should call NJSP Bellmawr Station at 856-933-0662.