Motorcyclists killed in the New Hampshire crash are identified, including the couple
New Hampshire officials released the names of seven cyclists killed on Friday night after their band collided with a pickup truck that towed a platform trailer.
Victims were identified as Michael Ferratzi, 62, from Contoocook, N.H .; Albert Mazza, 49, Lee, N. H.; Desma Oakes, 42, Concord, N.H .; Aaron Perry, 45, of Farmington, N.H .; Daniel Pereira, 58, from Riverside, R.I .; Joan and Edward Cor, both of whom are husband and wife from Leyquill, Massachusetts. They were all members or supporters of Marine JarHeads Marine Club, made up of Marines and their spouses.
Shortly after the names became public, New Hampshire governor Chris Souunu ordered all flags of public buildings and terrains in the state to be transferred to half staff from dawn to evening
"The tragic incident on Friday in Randolph has hit our country and our citizens in a deep way
The collision unfolds at about 1
8:30 Friday in US 2, a two-way highway that runs through the small town north of Washington DC The truck lit up and witnesses described a "devastating" scene when random people triedand help the injured among the broken motorcycles
A DRIVER DRIVER'S DRIVER DRIVER AFTER THE AUTOMOBILE MEETINGS Saturday identified the pickup as Volodymyr Zhukovski, a 23-year-old Westfield Transport company in Springfield, Massachusetts, who said Zhukovsky survived the crash , was not to be hospitalized and was not accused. "One who identifies himself as Zwukovski's father tells the Associated Press that his son collaborates with the investigation and returns to Massachusetts. At the top, from left to right: Michael Ferritsi, Albert Matsa, Daniel Pereira. Bottom line, from left to right: Joan and Edward Cor, Desma Oaks, Aaron Perry. "/>
Victims of the crash on Friday, at the top, from left to right: Michael Ferritsi, Albert Matsa, Daniel Pereira Bottom line from left to right: Joan and Edward Cor, Desma Oaks, Aaron Perry.
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Darthanyan Gasanov, owner of Westfield Transport, told The Boston Globe that he plans to talk to the investigators on Monday and has failed to reach Zhukovsky who does not answer phone calls, the Globe, referring to the records of the US Transport Department, said the company had no crashes that would lead to deaths or injuries for at least the last two years.
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In addition to the seven dead, the New Hampshire State Police said the paramedics had pressed three people into hospitals. Two of them were released on Saturday and another was in a steady state.
"This is one of the worst tragic incidents we have investigated here in the state," New Hampshire police state Chris Wagner said on Saturday. "This will be a very long investigation." , the long-planned blessing of the bicycle ceremony, which became a monument. The Reverend God Bearer, who presided over the ceremony, held a moment of silence and prayer for those who died in the crash.
"When they fall, we all fall," said Laura Cardinal, vice president of the Manchester Motorcycle. Club. "These families will survive very much now, they have a new world ahead of them."
Associated Press contributed to this report.