I-70 Crash Kills Two Motorcyclists

POSTED BY: News Department
Thursday, July 18, 2002 - 10:46 PM
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A crash Thursday afternoon on Interstate 70 near Cambridge killed two motorcyclists from Pennsylvania. According to the Cambridge post of the State Patrol, a car traveling Westbound collided with a tractor trailer heading in the same direction. After the two vehicles separated, the car crossed the median and struck the motorcyclists who were traveling Eastbound. One victim, 48-year-old George Horner of Lancaster, PA was pronounced dead at the scene. The other victim, 38-year-old Nicholas Uva of Pittsburgh was pronounced dead at the South-Eastern Medical Center in Cambridge. The driver of the car, 29-year-old Ibrahima Kane of Columbus suffered minor injuries and the truck driver from Trenton, Fl was not injured. The patrol is interviewing witnesses and the driver of the car. They say they still don't know what caused the accident, charges may be pending.

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