Porsche launches into New Jersey building’s second floor leaving 2 dead, police say

Porsche launches into New Jersey building’s second floor leaving 2 dead, police say

(*)(**)Two people were killed in (***)New Jersey(****) early Sunday when a (*****)Porsche(****) launched into the air and smashed into the second story of a commercial building, authorities said.(******)(**)The sports car was traveling at “a high rate of speed” on Hooper Avenue when the driver lost control, hit the center median and smashed through a window on the building’s second floor, Toms River Police spokeswoman Jillian Messina told Fox News via email.(******)(**)(*******)(********)JESSI COMBS’ FATAL JET CAR CRASH CAUSED BY WHEEL FAILURE, INVESTIGATORS SAY(*********)(****)(******)(**)The crash happened around 6: (********************************) a.m., Sgt. Vincent Pedalino told (**********)NJ.com(****). He said the building, which houses a real estate office and several other businesses, was unoccupied at the time.(******)(***********)(*)(************)(*************)(**************)(***************)(****************)(*****************)(*****************)(******************)(*******************)(**)
Police were investigating how the Porsche went airborne.
(********************)(Vin Ebenau / (******************************).7 WOBM News)(*********************)(******)(*******************)(**)Skid marks could be seen stretching across four lanes of traffic in the direction of the building, the outlet reported.(******)(**)The Porsche appeared to bore a gaping hole in the brick building, according to pictures that local news outlets posted online. First responders cordoned off the area as they investigated how the vehicle went airborne.(******)(***********)(*)(************)(*************)(**************)(**********************)(****************)(*****************)(*****************)(******************)(*******************)(**)
The building, which houses several businesses, was unoccupied at the time of the crash, police said.
(********************)(Ocean County Scanner News)(*********************)(******)(*******************)(**)The names of the victims have not been released pending notification of the families, Messina said. The two confirmed fatalities were believed to be the only occupants of the vehicle.(******)(**)(********)(***********************)CLICK HERE FOR THE FOX NEWS APP(****)(*********)(******)(**)It was unclear exactly how fast the Porsche was going and what caused the driver to lose control.(******)(**)Police said more information on the crash would be released at a later time.(******)(*******************)(************************)(*************************)Read More(****)

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