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Two people are killed when a red Porsche crashes into second story of New Jersey office 

Two people are killed when a speeding Porsche crashes into a median and flies into the second story of New Jersey office

  • A red Porsche crashed into the second story of a New Jersey office Sunday 
  • The sports car was traveling at a high rate of speed, hit the center median, and flew into the building’s second floor, more than 15 feet above ground
  • Two people were killed in the crash around 6.30am
  • The office building in Toms River was unoccupied at the time of the crash  
  • Shocking photos from the crash shows a gaping hole in the brick building and the severely crushed Porsche 
  • The crash is under investigation  

Two people were killed when a red Porsche careened into the second floor of a commercial building in New Jersey, cops say. 

The crash took place just after 6.30am Sunday morning where the sportscar flew into the second floor wall, more than 15 feet above ground, of the unoccupied Exit Realty building on Hooper Avenue in Toms River. 

The vehicle, which was traveling at a high rate of speed, was traveling northbound on Hooper Avenue when it lost control, hit the center median and lurched into the building, the Toms River Police Department said as per NJ.com.  

Two people were killed when a red Porsche careened into the second floor of a commercial building in New Jersey on Sunday morning, cops say.

The crash took place just after 6.30am Sunday morning where the sportscar flew into the second floor wall, more than 15 feet above ground, of the Exit Realty building on Hooper Avenue in Toms River

The crash took place just after 6.30am Sunday morning where the sportscar flew into the second floor wall, more than 15 feet above ground, of the Exit Realty building on Hooper Avenue in Toms River

The vehicle, which was traveling at a high rate of speed, was traveling northbound on Hooper Avenue when it lost control, hit the center median and lurched into the building, cops say

The vehicle, which was traveling at a high rate of speed, was traveling northbound on Hooper Avenue when it lost control, hit the center median and lurched into the building, cops say

Shocking photos from the scene show a gaping hole in the second story of the brick building. Photos of the Porsche show the severe damage it sustained in the crash, its rear completely crushed and mangled. 

Skid marks were visible across the four lanes of the road leading up to the building.  

Toms River Police reported two people died in the crash but did not confirm the fatalities or release details on the driver or passenger. 

The Porsch pictured lodged into the second story of the brick building early Sunday morning

The Porsch pictured lodged into the second story of the brick building early Sunday morning

Authorities pictured on the scene early Sunday before they removed the car from the building

Authorities pictured on the scene early Sunday before they removed the car from the building

Shocking photos from the scene show a gaping hole in the second story of the brick building

Shocking photos from the scene show a gaping hole in the second story of the brick building  

Police say there were no witnesses of the crash. Authorities are still investigation the crash

Police say there were no witnesses of the crash. Authorities are still investigation the crash

It is believed that the two people in the Porsche were its sole occupants.  

Police say there were no witnesses of the crash. Authorities are still investigation the crash. 

The building that houses Exit Realty also services three other businesses. 

Firefighters from Brick, Laurelton Fire Company, Silverton Fire Company and the Toms River Fire Department are at the scene. 

Read more at DailyMail.co.uk


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