Star-Ledger: Trooper driving Corzine was speeding

From the Star-Ledger: "State Police are preparing to release a report that will say the trooper who was driving Gov. Jon Corzine during a serious accident Thursday was speeding at the time, two state officials told The Star-Ledger today. The report could be released as early as this afternoon. State Trooper Robert Rasinski was driving the Chevrolet Suburban transporting the governor on the Garden State Parkway in Galloway Township on Thursday night. He swerved to avoid another car and crashed into a median guardrail. The governor was on his way to Princeton to meet with the embattled radio show host Don Imus and the Rutgers women's basketball team. The governor had to drive because of overcast condition prevented him from using a helicopter."

Star-Ledger: Trooper driving Corzine was speeding