NASCAR driver Jason Leffler killed in New Jersey crash

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Jason Leffler is pulled from his number 18 Toyota after a crash in the NASCAR Camping World Series in Daytona BeachBy Dave Warner PHILADELPHIA (Reuters) – NASCAR driver Jason Leffler died from injuries suffered when his car slammed into the wall of a dirt raceway in New Jersey, state police said. The crash occurred during a race at the Bridgeport Speedway in Logan township in southern New Jersey, near Philadelphia, state police spokesman Sergeant Adam Grossman said. Leffler, 37, of Huntersville, North Carolina, was rushed to the Crozier Hospital in Chester, Pennsylvania, where he was pronounced dead at 9:02 p.m., police said. The raceway calls itself the "Fastest Dirt Track in the East. … USA, LLC