N.J. State Police to discipline troopers who led high-speed caravan along Parkway
Witnesses said the caravan was traveling at speeds in excess of 100 mph, weaving in and out of dense traffic and causing some drivers to struggle to get out of the way. The witnesses also said the sports cars had their license plates covered with tape. One onlooker deemed the event "Death Race 2012."
On April 12, 2007, Rasinski was driving Corzine north on the Parkway at 91 mph for a meeting at the governor’s mansion in Princeton Township. The sport utility vehicle struck another vehicle, then veered off the road and into a guardrail.
TRENTON — The former State Police trooper behind the wheel when former Gov. Jon Corzine was critically injured in 2007 can collect a more lucrative disability pension than he was first awarded, a state board said today.