The tight-knit motorcycle community was reeling Sunday after a horrific collisionleft seven people dead and three injured in a remote area of northern New Hampshire, according to usatoday.
The group of 10 motorcycles collided with a pickup towing a flatbed trailer on Route 2 around 6:30 p.m. Friday in the small town of Randolph. The pickup caught fire, and witnesses described the scene as “devastating.” Dawn Brindley, a woman riding with the group, survived the crash after getting off her bike and rolling away, New Hampshire TV station WMUR reported. “It was just all fire,” Brindley told WMUR. “I just looked around. Somebody helped me up. I was just hysterical.” Two of the three people injured and taken to hospitals were released Saturday. Authorities searched for clues to the accident Sunday, and the New Hampshire Attorney General’s office released the names of the victims. The crash involved members of Marine Jarheads MC, a motorcycle club in New England that includes Marines and their spouses.