Yay, we have American gore. Except it ain’t that gory. Millions and millions of people walking around with cell phones glued to their hands and all they ever capture is what their dinner looks like and 23787 daily selfies. At least someone caught something this time.
Two men were killed Saturday, October 15th when they were ejected from their 36-foot catamaran boat during the Potomac River Radar Run. The crash happened near Fairview Beach in Virginia. The men killed were the boat’s driver, James Melley, 49, of Buford, Georgia, and Garth Tagge, 61, of Atlanta, Georgia. The boat they were in is known to be capable of hitting speeds as high as 190mph, but it’s unknown how fast the boat was going at the time of the crash. It looks like it was going pretty damn fast to me. I can’t even imagine what face planting in the water at that speed must have felt like. Police are still investigating what could have gone wrong.
Thanks to @MrsPink!