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Des Moines police confirm deadly crashes



Des Moines police said it was investigating a crash Tuesday that resulted in two deaths, the accident involving two motorcycles and a vehicle took place after 1 p.m. 20.30 in the area of ​​East 14th Street and Washington Avenue. the scene confirmed to KCCI that two people died in the crash. A witness at the scene of the accident reported seeing a car drive fast before colliding head-on with the motorcycle. Des Moines police Sgt. Paul Parizek confirmed to KCCI that the driver of the vehicle left the crash. According to the Des Moines Police Department on Facebook, East 14th St. to be closed for up to four hours between Washington and Osceola roads. KCCI reporter Chris Gothner is at the scene of the accident and will share more details when they become available. Go back for more information about KCCI-TV, the KCCI mobile app and KCCI.com.

Des Moines police said it was investigating a crash Tuesday that resulted in two deaths.

The crash, which involved two motorcycles and a vehicle, occurred after 1 p.m. 20.30 in the area of ​​East 14th Street and Washington Avenue.

Des Moines police at the scene confirmed to KCCI that two people died in the crash.

A witness at the scene of the accident reported seeing a car drive fast before colliding head-on with the motorcycle.

Des Moines police Sgt. Paul Parizek confirmed to KCCI that the driver of the vehicle left the crash site.

According to the Des Moines Police Department on Facebook, East 14th St. to be closed for up to four hours between Washington and Osceola roads.

KCCI reporter Chris Gothner is at the scene of the accident and will share more details when they become available. Go back for more information about KCCI-TV, the KCCI mobile app and KCCI.com.

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