Longtime Home Depot Employee Killed In Crash Behind Route 9 Store

A longtime Home Depot employee from South Brunswick was killed when his sedan crashed into a trailer behind the Route 9 store where he'd worked.

Allen Szucs

Allen Szucs

Photo Credit: Home Depot (FACEBOOK) / Allen Szucs (FACEBOOK)

Allen Szucs, 55, was pronounced dead in the superstore's parking lot after his 1999 Chevy Malibu slammed into the parked trailer shortly before 10:30 a.m. Thursday, Feb. 1, police said.

Authorities haven't yet characterized the cause of the crash.

Szucs, who lived in the Kendall Park section of the township, had been with Home Depot on southbound Route 9 in Monmouth Junction since April 2015, according to his LinkedIn bio.

He most recently had been a tool rental department supervisor

The Perth Amboy Vocational And Technical High School graduate had previously worked for Cablevision for 25 years, it says.

Szucs's Chevy was found wedged beneath the semi tractor-trailer at the store's loading dock out back.

ANYONE with information that could help authorities investigating the crash is asked to contact Officer Steven Connolly at 732-721-5600 ext. 3821 or

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