TRAGEDY IN LAKEWOOD: 2-Year-Old Child Niftar After Being Struck By Vehicle At Forest Park


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candle914YWN regrets to inform you that the 2-year-old child who was critically injured after being struck by a vehicle earlier this afternoon, has R”L been Niftar. Her name is Batsheva Esther Wolfson.

The accident happened around 2:15PM Wednesday afternoon at the Forest Park Development – just off Pine Street.

Lakewood Hatzolah Paramedics rushed to the scene, and transported the toddler to the Jersey Shore Trauma Center in critical condition. She was unfortunately Niftar a short while ago from her injuries.

The Levaya will be taking place at 7:30 PM at the 7th Street Chapel in Lakewood.

Boruch Dayan Ha’Emmes

(Chaim Shapiro – YWN)


  1. Ad mosai? Truly tragic, makes me pained whether a child of this age or a chayal dies. tinokos shel beis rabban have the most zechusim since they are pure, very sad.

  2. Hashem, please REDEEM US, YOUR CHILDREN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    We can’t take the pain anymore!!!!!!!!!
    We don’t want the SHECHINAH TO SUFFER ANYMORE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  3. I can’t read any more. A 10 year old in Bet Shemesh killed in a fire, a SIDS death this week, this baby….ad mosai??? I’m not one of the people who screams we must do Teshuva, don’t talk in Shul, be tzanua. Parents are vigilant, drivers are more careful, we take precautions….it’s just so tragic.G-d is in charge, but I don’t know what more He wants from us. People are trying, taking on mitzvos, being careful in loshen hora & so on.

  4. Well computerbubby, He does want us to scream about Teshuva and to do Teshuva; he does want us to scream about the need to stop talking in Shul and then to STOP it; He does want us, especially us ladies, to be more medakdik about tznius and to act in a tzanua way. So you have some things to work on.

  5. The family of Batsheva Esther Wolfson A”H will be sitting Shivah until Wednesday morning.
    Shachris will be at 7:45 a.m., Mincha at 3:15 p.m. and Marriv at 8:45 p.m.
    Visitors are asked not to come between 1:00-2:30 p.m., and between 6:00-7:30 p.m.