Police say the driver in a crash that killed two cyclists in New Hampshire did not have a license and had been stopped hours earlier for speeding.
Hampton Deputy Police Chief Richard Sawyer tells the Portsmouth Herald, 20-year-old Darriean Hess of Seabrook was stopped at 12:46 a.m. Saturday for speeding in the same area where the crash happened eight hours later.
He says she didn’t have a license. She was ticketed and ordered to wait for a friend to drive her car away.
Police say Hess was driving again around 8:30 a.m. Saturday when her vehicle crossed the centerline and hit four cyclists participating in a 100-mile ride.
Two riders died.
The investigation continues. Sawyer says Hess took a blood test that will check for alcohol or other substances.