Shooting – According to the findings of the official inquiry, the two men whose bodies were found in a garage in Paulsboro, New Jersey, died as a result of carbon monoxide poisoning. The bodies of the males were found inside the garage.
The deaths of Lloyd Campbell, age 73, and Allen Nicholas Jr., age 63, were found inside a detached garage on the unit block of E. Monroe Street on Tuesday morning. The garage is located on the unit block of E. Monroe Street. According to a statement made by the office of the prosecutor in Gloucester County, the medical examiner had reached the conclusion that the deaths were the consequence of accidents.
The method that was utilized in the commission of the poisoning of the victim was not elaborated upon in any way. Campbell, who was the legal proprietor of the property, was the owner of the property. When they were there, they were located within a portion of the garage that belonged to Campbell Towing and Auto Repair.
The entire Campbell family is well-known all across Paulsboro as a result of the hard labor that each individual member has put in. In an interview that took place earlier this week with Action News, a relative named Andre Campbell revealed the following information about the family business.
My great-grandfather, to my grandfather, carried it on to my uncles. My biological father continued his successful job as a skilled mechanic after he married into our family and became my stepfather. Just adds to the narrative of people who have toiled away hard in manual labor jobs throughout history.”