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  1. #1
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    Sep 2009

    NJ - Joseph Tiedeman, 58, Mount Laurel, 17 May 2015


    A Burlington man who may have been involved in a fiery fatal crash on I-295 has been listed as a missing person by New Jersey State Police.

    Tiedeman was last seen around 1 p.m. Monday at a moving and storage company in Robbinsville. He was wearing a read T-shirt with the words "Road Assist Professional" on it. State Police said that was the name of his business that was hired to perform mechanical work on vehicles owned by the moving company.

    The accident involving Josephs vehicle was really bad. I passed by it around 2am and all of the lanes except for one on 295 were still blocked off but the fire had been contained by that point. I really hope they find him.

    Here's a news article regarding the accident: http://nj1015.com/truck-accident-fire-closes-i-295/


  2. #2
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    May 2012
    Joseph Tiedeman

    State police seek man in probe of fatal Interstate 295 crash

    Joseph Tiedeman, a 58-year-old Burlington resident, is the registered owner of a 2011 Ford F550 truck that left the roadway in Mount Laurel around 8:45 p.m. Sunday and went into the center median. The truck struck an overpass support post for state highway 73, then soon caught fire.

    A male victim found inside the vehicle was pronounced dead at the scene. But state police say that person has not been identified, and the "details and circumstances" of the accident remain under investigation.
    Strange. It sounds like Joseph's truck may have been being driving by someone else.

  3. #3
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    Sep 2009
    Quote Originally Posted by KateB View Post

    Strange. It sounds like Joseph's truck may have been being driving by someone else.
    Yes, it does seem like someone else was driving his vehicle. Whats also strange is that Joseph was last seen around 1pm that day in Robbinsville. Thats not really in the area to where his car was involved in the accident. It would take approximately 45 minutes to drive from robbinsville to mount laurel and thats on a good day without traffic. The accident also happened on 295 going north not 295 south.

    I wonder why someone else was driving his vehicle..

  4. #4
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    Sep 2014
    Does it sound like the crash was done deliberately, the wording about the car "left the roadway"? Could it be something like a murder suicide of somebody who may have known him? Strange that he's missing and his car was crashed this way. You'd have to know something about cars to crash and burn first try like that.

  5. #5
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    May 2013
    trying to sort this out:

    Joseph Tiedeman, 58, of Burlington was last seen 1 p.m. Sunday afternoon at a moving company in Robbinsville, Mercer County, where he'd been hired to perform mechanical work on company vehicles. This was several hours before his pickup truck ran off I-295, struck a support post for the Route 73 overpass and burst into flames around 8:45 p.m. A man found dead inside the vehicle was tentatively identified, but was not believed to be Tiedeman.

    Tiedeman has connections in Pennsylvania or Delaware.


  6. #6
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    Nov 2012

    Missing Man Found, Mystery Continues

    He said the vehicle's owner, Joseph Tiedeman, was found Tuesday afternoon in Burlington Township. "He is being treated medically at a local facility," said Jones, who offered no details on Tiedeman's condition or his role, if any, in events leading up to the crash.

  7. #7
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    Mar 2005
    Southern New Jersey
    I already typed this once, but it doesn't seem to have posted...

    I live in Burlington County and visited the morgue last week on a class trip, and saw the body of the deceased. According to state police, the deceased is Mr. Tiedeman's disabled brother. According to witnesses, the deceased was still alive after the crash, as he was honking the horn and screaming for help. Unfortunately the vehicle exploded and he could not be saved. Mr. Tiedeman was already located and was being interviewed by police (as of Thursday). Although they don't anticipate foul play, they are trying to figure out why he ran from the scene and why he didn't help his disabled brother. A quick local search indicates that their father died last May at the age of 83. The brother had a full time caretaker, but often traveled in the van with Mr. Tiedeman during the day.

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