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By Dennis Romero
Three people died when a drugged motorist crashed at a gas station in northern New Jersey, officials said.
Among the dead in the incident Tuesday morning were a man, his 17-year-old son and a station employee, identified by relatives as Lovedeep Fatra, according to the affiliate of NBC News, WNBC.
The first responders in Wayne township gave the suspect Narcan, an antidote to opioids, reported police sources on television.
The man's name was not available and it was not clear when he was under arrest. Sources said that he had been hospitalized.
Fatra's relatives, who are said to be in their twenties, showed up at the scene of the 8:45 am collision. They said that he had come to the United States from the US. India about a year ago to look for a better life.
His cousin, Novdeep Singh, said, "His parents are devastated abroad, he talks to them every day, day and night, I do not know what to do with them."