"When something like this happens, we all feel it", said Cat Wilson, who organizes a motorcycle charity event in MA and is a friend of some of the crash victims.
The owner of a company that employs the truck driver identified as involved in a deadly collision with motorcycles says he can't reach the driver.
Zhukovskyy was alone in the truck at the time of the collision and was working as a driver for a transportation company based in Springfield, Massachusetts, McCormick said. A phone listing for him couldn't be found.
The pickup truck, which appeared from photos to be carrying a flatbed trailer, was on fire when emergency crews arrived.
It's unclear if Zhukovskyy is cooperating with officials as an investigation continued into Sunday, including by probers with the National Transportation Safety Board. Authorities asked for the public's help in the form of videos, photos or other information about the accident or the vehicles involved.
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State police said a Dodge pickup truck hit the group of motorcycles around 6:30 p.m. Friday along USA 2 in Randolph. Randolph is just a few short miles north of Mount Washington and about 15 miles from the ME state line, roughly two hours north of the state's capital of Concord. Two of them were released on Saturday. Police did not provide names. Nothing was left of the broken motorcycles, but a patch of burned grass and tire marks in the mud remained. Several flags had been planted at the scene Saturday. "I think it's clear to say words can not express the grief we call share in the loss of those seven individuals". Dressed in motorcycle jackets with "JarHeads" written on the back, they hugged one another and wept. "It was a sad day for all of them".
The New England motorcycle community is reeling from the news of a devastating crash in New Hampshire, and bikers are vowing to help the families of those who died. A memorial in nearby Berlin was planned for Saturday evening.
The crash in the rural northern part of the state occurred about 6:30 p.m. EDT (2230 GMT) on Friday between a Dodge pickup traveling west and a group of motorcycles traveling east on a state highway in Randolph, just above the White Mountains about 120 miles north of Manchester, state police said.
Miranda Thompson, who was driving on the road, said she saw the truck in flames on the side of the motorway.
Details from New Hampshire State Police are limited, but pictures from witnesses at the scene of the accident show a massive spread of debris over the road and a Ram pickup truck ablaze with a large, empty trailer in tow.
"People were in the grass", she said.