The crash occurred near Clear Spring.
Two people were killed in a crash in Washington County on Saturday afternoon which involved motorcycles.
State Police in Hagerstwon say a group of cyclists was traveling along Interstate 70 near Clear Spring when it slowed down for unknown reasons. A 2008 Harley-Davidson operated by Matthew Adams, 42, of Marthinsburg, West Virginia was struck from behind by another Harley driven by Mark D. Stephens, 46, of Falling Waters. After striking Adams' bike, Mark D. Stephens' cycle hit a 2004 Harley-Davidson operated by Mark B. Stephens, 23, of Falling Waters.
A passenger with Mark B.Stephens, Meagan Daymude, 19, of Inwood, West Virginia, was pronounced dead at the scene. Mark B. Stephens was medivaced to Shock Trauma in Baltimore where he was later prounounced dead.
Mark D.Stephens was also flown to Shock Trauma for his injuries.
Two medivac helicopters, Trooper 3 and Trooper 5, were dispatched to the scene.
State Police say I-70 eastbound was closed for four-and-a-half hours while troopers conducted an investigation. I-70 west was closed for an hour to allow the medivac helicopters to land and take off.
The crash remains under investigation. Anyone who may have witnessed the accident is asked to call Senior Trooper A. Butler at 301-766-3800.