State Police: Motorcyclist killed on NJ Turnpike while attempting to cross highway

A motorcyclist died after he was hit by a car while attempting to cross the NJ turnpike, according to New Jersey State Police. 

Troopers say 48-year-old Andrew Aaron of Glenolden, Pennsylvania was operating a Harley Davidson southbound on the NJ Turnpike. 

According to authorities, Aaron lost control of the motorcycle, struck a guardrail and ended up on the left shoulder of the highway. 

The man ran across both lanes and was struck by a Lexus traveling in the right lane, police say. 

Authorities say he did not survive the injuries sustained in the crash. 

NJ State Police say the crash remains under investigation.