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Motorcycle Accident Victims Identified

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A two-motorcycle accident in Rosebud County claimed the lives of two people on Tuesday. Officials say the two others hurt in the crash are out of the hospital Wednesday.

According to Montana Highway Patrol, the lead motorcycle was pulling a trailer heading east on U.S. Highway 12. The second motorcycle began pulling off of the road, when it hit the trailer.

The Rosebud County coroner says 57-year-old Donald Jeffrey Smith and 55-year-old Patricia Ann Smith died at the scene of the accident. All four bikers were not wearing helmets.

MHP says alcohol and speed were not factors in the crash.

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