Two motorcyclists were killed this weekend in separate accidents.
Ernest G. Sebree, 60, of Taylor Mill died Saturday after he lost control of his motorcycle on Beverly Lane in Owen County. Kentucky State Police think Sebree was coming down a steep hill, failed to negotiate a curve and went into a driveway, where his motorcycle collided with two parked cars.
Sebree, who was not wearing a helmet, was thrown from his motorcycle. He was taken to New Horizons Hospital, where he was pronounced dead.
Amber Hall, 24, of Eastern was killed Saturday night, when she lost control of her motorcycle in Floyd County. Hall was driving on Ky. 80 in the Garrett community in Floyd County when she apparently lost control of her motorcycle, which struck the side of a guardrail, and was ejected, according to state police.
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Hall was transported to St. Joseph of Martin, where she was pronounced dead. The accident occurred shortly after 9 p.m. Saturday, police said.