Several killed after pickup truck collides with a Marine motorcycle club
A GoFundMe campaign has already raised more than $30,000 for the victims' families.
A devastating crash on Friday night that left seven motorcyclists dead in New Hampshire involved Marines with the Jarheads Motorcycle Club.
- According to NPR, some of the motorcyclists were members of the club, which is made up of active and veteran Marines. They were traveling “to a bike gathering in northern New Hampshire.”
- A GoFundMe campaign that was launched to raise money for the victims' families says they lost “5 patch holders and 2 supporters.” The campaign has already raised more than $30,000.
- The accident occurred when a Dodge pickup “collided with the riders,” the AP reported. The cause of the crash is unknown.
- Two other motorcyclists were injured, according to NPR, and one other person was airlifted to a nearby hospital.
- New Hampshire State Police Capt. Chris Vetter told reporters that it's “tragic for those involved, tragic for the families … we're doing our work and our thoughts are with the people who were adversely affected by this,” the AP reports.
- A witness to the crash, Miranda Thompson, told the AP people were “in the grass. There were people putting tourniquets on people, trying to make sure they didn't move.”