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Name Released in North Iowa Crash

NEW HAMPTON, IA (AP) - Authorities in northeast Iowa have released the name of a Missouri man killed when his motorcycle hit a sport utility vehicle that veered into his path after another collision.

Tuesday that 54-year-old Mark Hill, of Cameron, Missouri, died in the Friday morning crash near New Hampton, Iowa.

The sheriff's office says the crash happened when two motorcyclists were northbound on U.S. Highway 63, just north of New Hampton.

A southbound sport utility vehicle stopped or was stopping to turn when it was hit by another SUV, sending the second vehicle into the path of the motorcyclists.

Hill was ejected from his motorcycle and died later at a New Hampton hospital.

The crash remains under investigation.

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