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Deadly Motorcycle Crash on Route 295

Authorities are investigating a fatal motorcycle crash where a motorcyclist was ejected on Route 295. Reportedly, the motorcyclist was found dead minutes after the fire department arrived. His motorcycle was on fire. Witnesses state they saw two motorcycles traveling at high speeds. Motorcycle parts have been found all over Route 295, initially creating concerns that more than one motorcycle crashed.

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