Former NJ High School Wrestling Star Killed in Car Crash - NBC New York

Former NJ High School Wrestling Star Killed in Car Crash

Police say 21-year-old Alexander Sebahie was traveling north on Garden State Parkway when his car left the road and struck a utility pole

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    Former NJ High School Wrestling Star Killed in Car Crash
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    • Alexander Sebahie was traveling north on Garden State Parkway in Ocean County when his car left the road and struck a utility pole

    • The 21-year-old was pronounced dead at the scene

    • He won more than 100 bouts as a wrestler at Paramus High School and received a partial scholarship to Rider University

    Police say a former standout high school wrestler was killed in a New Year's Day crash in New Jersey.

    State police say 21-year-old Alexander Sebahie was traveling north on Garden State Parkway in Ocean County when his car left the road and struck a utility pole around 4:15 a.m.

    He was pronounced dead at the scene.

    Sebahie won more than 100 bouts as a wrestler at Paramus High School and received a partial scholarship to Rider University.

    The cause of the crash remains under investigation.

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