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UPDATE: More details emerge in deadly Waterloo crash

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Waterloo police say they have determined the motorcycle involved in a fatal crash was going over 100 miles an hour at the time. Police say the motorcyclist, Courtland Vanarsdale, was traveling south on Martin Luther King Jr. Drive, when it collided with a car attempting to turn left onto Mobile Street.

Vanarsdale was killed, as was a passenger in the car -- Tyah Hoskins. A statement issued by attorneys for the Vanarsdale family Friday said police have failed to prove to the family that Vanarsdale was speeding, and disputes that police have had enough time to conduct a thorough investigation.

Waterloo Police have stated previously they are still investigating what happened.

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According to a police report, the vehicle was attempting to turn left onto Mobile Street.

The motorcycle was traveling south on Martin Luther King Dr., and it was approaching the intersection with Mobile Street. The vehicle then turned in front of the motorcycle, causing the two to collide.

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UPDATE: Waterloo Police have confirmed who died in the weekend crash involving a car and a motorcycle.

Police report the driver of the motorcycle, Courtland Vanarsdale, 42, of Waterloo, and a passenger in the car, Tyah Hoskins, 20, of Cedar Falls, died in the accident.

Police say the crash is still under investigation.

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WATERLOO, Iowa (AP) - Two people have died in an eastern Iowa crash involving a car and a motorcycle.

Authorities say officers responded to the crash in Waterloo around 5:40 p.m. Saturday. The driver of the motorcycle and a passenger in the car died at the scene.

The car's driver was taken to the hospital with serious injuries.

Authorities have not released the names of those who were involved in the crash. The crash is still under investigation.

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