Prosecutors: 2 men drove over 100 mph when they caused fatal December crash on NJ bridge

Prosecutors in New Jersey say two men from Philadelphia were driving at speeds over 100 mph back in December when they caused a five-car crash on a bridge, killing a motorist and injuring others.
Burlington County prosecutors on Tuesday announced the arrests of Jonathan Ramos, 28, and Brandon Moore, 23, in the Dec. 28 wreck on the Tacony-Palmyra Bridge.
Investigators say the men were returning home when they began speeding after exiting the toll booth.
Prosecutors say Moore reached a top speed of 112 mph and Ramos, at one point, was traveling at 106 mph. The bridge’s speed limit is 45 mph.
Gerardo Martinez, of Camden, died in the crash.
AP wire services helped contribute to this report.