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2 charged in Ferrari crash that killed motorcyclist
EAST RUTHERFORD (WABC) -- Two men have now been charged in a deadly crash in New Jersey involving Ferraris.
Police say 28-year-old Joseph Ferretti, of Dumont, and 19-year-old Joseph Meyer, of Oveido, Florida, were taken into custody late Monday night and charged with death by auto.
Authorities say the men, who are employees of Gotham Dream Cars, were driving the Ferraris near in East Rutherford when they lost control and hit a motorcycle.
The crash happened near MetLife Stadium in the Meadowlands.
State Police say the men had fueled up the cars and were driving at a high rate of speed when Meyer struck two curbs and Ferretti lost control and hit a motorcycle driven by 56-year-old Stephen Lenge, of Kinnelon.
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