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GoFundMe pages created for families of Buckhorn-area motorcycle crash victims

Scott Knill was among three motorcyclists who died on Sunday in a crash north of Buckhorn, Ont. His wife Tracy Forbes-Knill is in hospital with serious injuries. Laura Polischuik/ GoFundMe

GoFundMe pages have been established for the families of three motorcyclists who died in collision on Sunday just north of Buckhorn, Ont.

One of the victims was 45-year-old Scott Knill of Woodville. A GoFundMe page — Tracy Forbes Knill Recovery Fund — aims to raise $5,000 for Knill’s wife Tracy. The page states she was also involved in the collision on Highway 507 and remains in Kingston General Hospital with serious injuries.

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“He was an incredible father, husband, grandpa, son and sibling to many,” writes Laura Polischuik, the page administrator.

“His loss is great and will forever be heavy in our hearts.”

Peterborough County OPP say two groups of motorcycles collided last Sunday when one northbound motorcyclist crossed the centre line in a curve and struck two other motorcyclists, leading to a chain reaction of crashes that included a car. Two motorcyclists were pronounced dead at the scene and a third later died in hospital. The police investigation is ongoing.

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The other victims were Mark Langhorne, 40, of Oshawa and Greg Campbell, 43, of Toronto. A GoFundMe page has been established to help their families. Visit Memorial fund for our fallen Riders.

“May they ride in paradise and rest easy in our hearts,” the page states.