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Motorcycle accident turns fatal

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SPOKANE, Wash. - New information about the motorcycle collision that happened Friday at Fifth and Lee. The young girl riding on the back of the motorcycle has died due to complications from the collision.

Officials say it was a brother and sister on the motorcycle. The brother was driving at excessive speeds when he clipped a car in front of them, throwing them both off the motorcycle. The brother is said to be okay but is being charged with vehicular assault. The sister was taken to the hospital in serious condition where she later died.

Their names are not yet being released. We are told early Sunday evening about 100 friends and family members showed up at the scene of the collision to remember the girl. 

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