Two men driving motorcycles in Dennis early Sunday morning were involved in a crash, according to The Boston Globe. According to a statement from the Dennis Police Department, a 35-year-old Hyannis man died and another man was injured when they lost control of their motorcycles. The two were driving east on Route 28 at about 1 a.m. when they hit a utility pole and were ejected forward into the street.
One of the operators, Edward Kelley, 43, was taken to Barnstable Municipal Airport and then transported to a Boston hospital. His condition is still unknown. The second man, whom police are not identifying at the moment, was pronounced dead at Cape Cod Hospital.
The accident is still under investigation, and police are looking for the driver of the third motorcycle as he is believed to have been traveling with the two men.
Hyannis motorcyclist dies, second man injured in Dennis crash, The Boston Globe, July 15, 2012