Pleasantville Police car

PLEASANTVILLE — The rider injured Tuesday in a fatal ATV crash on New Road remains in critical condition, police said Wednesday in announcing the names of the people in the crash.

Devon Banks is being treated at AtlantiCare Regional Medical Center, City Campus in Atlantic City.

ATV operator Bruce Banks, 23, of Pleasantville, died in the crash between Washington Avenue and the Black Horse Pike, police said.

The ATV carrying Bruce Banks and Devon Banks, 19, of Pleasantville, was traveling west across New Road when it hit a Nissan Quest minivan driven by city resident Jabril Harper, 24, police said.

Both ATV riders were thrown from the vehicle and struck a Chrysler Sebring driven by Stephen Pastor, 77, of Brigantine, police said.

The impact of the ATV hitting the Nissan caused the minivan to hit a Cadillac XT driven by Roberta McKenna, 66, of Middletown Township, Monnouth County.

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