The two men killed when a speeding Porsche crashed into the second story of a New Jersey building were both remembered Monday as the “nicest” guys.
Driver Braden DeMartin, 22, and his passenger Daniel Foley, 23, were both pronounced dead at the scene of what officials called an “unimaginable accident” in Toms River on Sunday morning.
“Braden was the funniest, nicest, greatest person I’ve ever met,” DeMartin’s girlfriend, Kristen Aguiar, told NJ.com of the recent Rowan University grad.
“He’d do anything for anyone. I could never stay mad at him for longer than an hour.”
The couple went to the arcade every Sunday and would spend hours playing Mario Party, she said. “He would do anything in the world for me,” she told the site. “I will never be the same from this again.”
Foley’s friend Nicholas McConnell was equally gushing of the car’s passenger, calling the electrician “the nicest kid I’ve ever met.”
“Always laughing, smiling, joking, no matter what,” McConnell told NJ.com.
Ocean County Prosecutor’s Office called the crash “an unimaginable accident” as it sent “deepest sympathy to the families of these two young men” in a Facebook post.
It confirmed that DeMartin’s red 2010 Porsche Boxster convertible had been “traveling at a high rate of speed” when it hit an embankment, sending it sailing at least 15 feet in the air and into a building.
There were skid marks streaking across four lanes of traffic near the building, but police said there were no witnesses to the gravity-defying crash. Nobody was inside the building at the time.
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