The US is still reeling from the death of a pet owner who was shot and killed in a traffic accident in Jersey City, New Jersey.

The New York Times reports that 50-year-old David Zollich was killed when a car struck him at an intersection in the early hours of Sunday morning.

The Times reports the driver was stopped for an expired registration.

Police say Zollith was struck in the chest and pronounced dead at the scene.

His dogs were found inside the vehicle, and police say they found “a number of small plastic bags” inside.

New Jersey’s death toll has climbed to three with five more confirmed.

Zolliich’s owner, Jennifer Zollikowsky, told the New York Post she was saddened by the news of the death.

“We are a small family with three dogs and we were worried about our safety,” she said.

“But we felt there was no way to do anything about it.

Zollihs family posted a message on Facebook that read: “We would like to thank the entire NJ police department and the entire New Jersey State Police for their bravery, professionalism and caring towards our pets.” “

It was very sad to know about it, but it was just our dogs that were running around.”

Zollihs family posted a message on Facebook that read: “We would like to thank the entire NJ police department and the entire New Jersey State Police for their bravery, professionalism and caring towards our pets.”

The New Jersey Highway Patrol said that they were investigating the incident.

Police are currently investigating a separate incident involving a dog, in which a man was shot while on a motorcycle.

Authorities are asking anyone with information about the incident to call the Jersey City Police Department at 732-734-2414.