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Nearly eight hours after a car fire, the driver's body was found in a wooded area of Morris County, authorities said.

Crews responded to the commercial area of Ungerer Road in Lincoln Park around 7:15 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 21 for reports of a car fire, Morris County Prosecutor Robert J. Carroll said.

The fire was extinguished but sometime around 3 p.

m., the male driver's body was found in a wooded area near Lynn Park, half a mile from the scene, police said.

The cause and manner of death are pending findings of the Morris County Medical Examiner’s Office. There was no indication of suspicious criminal activity.

The park is where part of the ninth episode of Season 1 of "The Sopranos" was filmed, according to NorthJersey.com. Members of the Roxbury High School soccer team featured as extras.

"This is an active and ongoing investigation and is related to the investigation near Lynn Park," the MCPO said. "There is no threat to the community."

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Speed and alcohol are believed to be contributing factors in the head-on St. Mary’s County crash that left one dead and one hospitalized in Park Hall on Friday night.

Cesar Leonel Hernandez-Chacon, 46, of Dameron was killed on Friday, Jan. 27 in the 18000 block of Point Lookout Road (Route 5) and Hermanville Road when he was involved in a crash involving Hollywood resident Kristen Stefanic-Peters, 35, according to the St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office.

Upon arrival, first responders said that they found two vehicles in the roadway, both of which were on fire, with a person trapped in one of them.

The initial investigation determined that Stefanic-Peters was driving a pick-up truck south on Point Lookout Road in the southbound lane when she was struck by Hernandez-Chacon’s Toyota Tacoma head-on as he was driving in the wrong lane, according to the sheriff's office. The crash caused both vehicles to catch fire, which was extinguished by the Bay District Volunteer Fire Department.

Stefanic-Peters was transported to an area hospital with non-life-threatening injuries. It is unclear what caused the head-on crash.

The initial investigation found that speed and alcohol are believed to be contributing factors in the crash.

Anyone with information regarding the fatal crash or events leading up to it has been asked to contact Cpl. Vincent Pontorno by calling (301) 475-4200 ext. 72337 or emailing Vincent.Pontorno@stmaryscountymd.gov.

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