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Update: Two killed in Bucks County motorcycle crash identified:Two motorcycle drivers were killed in the collision with a pickup

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Kayla Dwyer Contact Reporter

Two motorcycle drivers were killed in the Sunday afternoon collision with a pickup truck near Palisades High School in Bucks County, state police said.

Stephen Yothers of Perkasie and Vincent Nielsen of Lansdale, both 54, wearing helmets and riding Harley-Davidsons, were pronounced dead at the scene, according to state police in Dublin.

Shortly after 2 p.m. Sunday, 18-year-old Kaitlyn Butler of Emmaus was driving south on Route 412 in Nockamixon Township in her Ford when her passenger side tires drove into a small ditch off the right side of the road, police said.

She got her vehicle back onto the road, known locally as Durham Road, but crossed over into the northbound lane and crashed head-on with the two motorcycles just north of the intersection with Church Hill Road, according to state police.

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Yothers and Nielsen were thrown from their bikes upon impact, police said. After the crash, Butler crossed back over to the southbound lane and came to a stop, and she was taken to Lehigh Valley Hospital-Cedar Crest with apparently minor injuries.

Her passenger, 19-year-old Keith Dailey of Kearneysville, W.Va., was not injured but was still taken to the hospital for evaluation, according to police.

Autopsies were completed Monday. For both victims, the cause of death is determined as multiple injuries and the manner of death as accidental, said Bucks County Coroner Dr. Joseph Campbell.

Source:www.mcall.com

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