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Funeral Set For Victims of Ehamp Motorcycle Crash

Funeral Set For Victims of Ehamp Motorcycle Crash

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(Northampton, MA)  —  A funeral service has been set for Ed and Brittany McGrath, the father and daughter killed Thursday in an Easthampton motorcycle crash.  The service will be Wednesday morning at the Ahearn Funeral Home in Northampton.  Police say the two were killed on their bike when a man high on heroin crossed into the oncoming lane on Route 5.  Holyoke resident Ed McGrath taught economics at HCC and his daughter was a law school graduate living in New York. Brittany was a 2004 graduate of the Pioneer Valley Performing Arts charter school.
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