🔴 A motorcyclist and the driver of a Toyota Camry collided on Route 539 in Robbinsville

🔴 The motorcyclist was killed in the crash

🔴 The driver of the Camry is charged with driving under the influence

ROBBINSVILLE — The driver of a car was charged with DUI after a collision with a motorcycle whose driver was killed Friday afternoon.

Robbinsville police Lt. William Swanhart said motorcyclist Jake Schreck, 22, of Upper Freehold was struck by a Toyota Camry driven by Ketan Kabaria, 47, of Yardley, PA in the area of Old York Road (Route 539) and Montgomery Way at the entrance to the Matrix Business Park at 7A around 5:50 p.m.

Schreck was taken to Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital in Hamilton where he was pronounced dead.

Scene of crash on Route 539 and Montgomery Way in Robbinsville 3/31/23
Scene of crash on Route 539 and Montgomery Way in Robbinsville 3/31/23 (Dennis Symons, MidJersey.news)

Member of the Allentown High School Class of 2010

Kararia was also charged with death by auto, careless driving, reckless driving and failure to yield the right of way at an intersection. He was taken to the Mercer County Correctional Facility.

Swanhart did not disclose the circumstances of the crash.

Schreck was originally from Linden and was a member of Allentown High School's Class of 2019, according to his obituary. He worked for the Painters Union Local #694 DC #21 and was a member of the Kaos Kings Motorcycle Club of New Jersey.

Schreck's funeral is scheduled for Thursday at the Peppler Funeral Home on Main Street in Allentown.

MidJersey.news was first to report on the crash.

Dan Alexander is a reporter for New Jersey 101.5. You can reach him at dan.alexander@townsquaremedia.com

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