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Fatal motorcycle crash with helmetless riders

Photo Courtesy of: MGN

PARK COUNTY, Colo. (KRDO)-- A motorcycle carrying two people took a deadly turn in Park County Monday evening, according to Colorado State Patrol. It happened off Hwy 24 near milepost 277.

A 2019 Harley Davidson FLH three-wheeled motorcycle was heading east on the highway when the driver lost control on a turn. In a press release troopers said the motorcycle went across the highway and through a field before crashing into a fence. Both the driver and the passenger were thrown from the bike.

The Harley's driver, identified by CSP as 66-year-old Dale Dillavou, was not wearing a helmet at the time and suffered serious injuries. He was flown to a hospital for treatment. The passenger, identified only as a 66-year-old woman was also helmetless, and died at the crash site.

Alcohol and drugs are not suspected as contributing factors at this time, but the crash is under investigation.

Aubry Tucker

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  1. helmets should be the law as well as for bicyclists.
    Sometimes you just have to protect some people from themselves.

      1. there is a huge difference between being tested and found safe for use in humans and being injected with something that has already maimed and/or k1lled thousands. Proven science vs. unproven science.

  2. Too funny but, at least they looked really cool; well in their Boomer minds they did everyone else thought they look like old idiots who didn’t know how to age properly.

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