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

FOXNews.com Sunday, 10 November 2019
Speed may have caused the Porsche to go airborne and lodge into the building, police said.
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News video: Speeding Porsche goes airborne into second story of building

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TOMS RIVER, NEW JERSEY — A speeding Porsche lost control and went airborne into the second story of an unoccupied New Jersey building. According to CBS New York, two men are sadly no longer around after a freak morning accident on November 10. Police say 22-year-old Branden DeMartin was...

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