DRUMS, Pa. (AP) -- A sport utility vehicle crashed head-on into a line of motorcycles on a charity ride, killing one person and injuring several others, authorities said.
William Delaney Jr., 41, was killed Sunday when his motorcycle was struck by the Chevrolet Blazer after it crossed the center line, said William J. Feissner, a Butler Township police officer.
Delaney's wife, Linda Delaney, 40, who was riding on the back of the motorcycle, was listed in critical condition Monday at a hospital.
Two other motorcyclists were critically injured and at least three others were hospitalized with noncritical injuries, Feissner said Sunday. Investigators believe the motorcyclists were not wearing helmets.
No other information about their conditions was immediately available Monday.
The SUV driver, Jeffrey M. Borrin, 25, was headed southbound on Route 309 when his vehicle crashed into the northbound motorcycles, Feissner said. Borrin was uninjured.
The cause of the crash remains under investigation and no charges were filed.
About 150 motorcycles were taking part in the Chris Jones Benefit Bike Run, a ride for charity that started in nearby Wright Township, Feissner said.