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By Ellen Eldridge. Oct 16, 2016. Two Georgia men were killed Saturday while participating in a boat race near Fairview Beach in Virginia. James A. Melley, 49, of Buford, and Garth Thomas Tagge, 61

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Police say the boat driver was 49-year-old James Melley of Buford, Georgia, and the throttle man was 61-year-old Garth Tagge of Atlanta. The Maryland agency is investigating the crash because the

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Oct 16, 2016WJLA. CNN —. Two men are dead after a speedboat accident on the Potomac River, authorities said. The Maryland Natural Resources Police identified the victims as James Melley, 49 and Garth Tagge

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36-Foot Skater Driven By Garth Tagge & Jim Melley At Lake Of The Ozarks Shootout | Lake of the Ozarks News | lakeexpo.com Speedonthewater.com has confirmed that Garth Tagge and Jim Melley died in a boating accident during today’s Potomac River Radar Run in Fairview Beach, Va. The longtime shootout participants were running their Skater Powerboats 36-foot catamaran down the course in front of Tim’s II Restaurant and Crabhouse when the accident occurred. Garth Tagge and Jim Melley at the 2016 Lake of the Ozarks

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Garth Tagge And Jim Melley

Speedonthewater.com has confirmed that Garth Tagge and Jim Melley died in a boating accident during today’s Potomac River Radar Run in Fairview Beach, Va. The longtime shootout participants were running their Skater Powerboats 36-foot catamaran down the course in front of Tim’s II Restaurant and Crabhouse when the accident occurred. Garth Tagge and Jim Melley at the 2016 Lake of the Ozarks Garth Tagge and Jim Melley upped their top speed to 194 mph in their 36-foot Skater catamaran on Sunday during the Lake of the Ozarks Shootout. All photos by Pete Boden/Shoot 2 Thrill Pix In the end, the overall Top Gun champion was awarded to Don Onken’s American Ethanol Mystic Powerboats catamaran, which posted a 217-mph top speed on Saturday.

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Garth Tagge and Jim Melley’s white 2002 36-foot Skater went airborne during the Potomac River Radar Run, according to Speedboat Magazine, after posting a speed of 170 earlier in the day. The Allen Boyer Book Review – ‘Panther Gap,’ by James A. McLaughlin – HottyToddy.com

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Garth Tagge’s Instagram, Twitter & Facebook on IDCrawl Garth Tagge and Jim Melley’s white 2002 36-foot Skater went airborne during the Potomac River Radar Run, according to Speedboat Magazine, after posting a speed of 170 earlier in the day. The

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Freak Speedboat Crash on Potomac River Leaves 2 Men Dead – Inquisitr By Ellen Eldridge. Oct 16, 2016. Two Georgia men were killed Saturday while participating in a boat race near Fairview Beach in Virginia. James A. Melley, 49, of Buford, and Garth Thomas Tagge, 61

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36-Foot Skater Driven By Garth Tagge & Jim Melley At Lake Of The Ozarks Shootout | Lake of the Ozarks News | lakeexpo.com Oct 16, 2016WJLA. CNN —. Two men are dead after a speedboat accident on the Potomac River, authorities said. The Maryland Natural Resources Police identified the victims as James Melley, 49 and Garth Tagge

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Horrific moment two men are killed when their speedboat flies off the water and flips over in 180mph smash | The Sun RIP Jim and Garth and my utmost condolences to the families, friends and safety crews involved. Until the people and organizations mandate safety rules at all of these events unfortunately these tragedies are going to continue on a regular basis. 200 mph in a encapsulated boat is extremely dangerous, in an open boat, well..

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Jim Melley’s Instagram, Twitter & Facebook on IDCrawl Speedonthewater.com has confirmed that Garth Tagge and Jim Melley died in a boating accident during today’s Potomac River Radar Run in Fairview Beach, Va. The longtime shootout participants were running their Skater Powerboats 36-foot catamaran down the course in front of Tim’s II Restaurant and Crabhouse when the accident occurred. Garth Tagge and Jim Melley at the 2016 Lake of the Ozarks

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High Speed Powerboat Crash on Potomac River : r/CatastrophicFailure Garth Tagge and Jim Melley upped their top speed to 194 mph in their 36-foot Skater catamaran on Sunday during the Lake of the Ozarks Shootout. All photos by Pete Boden/Shoot 2 Thrill Pix In the end, the overall Top Gun champion was awarded to Don Onken’s American Ethanol Mystic Powerboats catamaran, which posted a 217-mph top speed on Saturday.

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High Speed Powerboat Crash on Potomac River : r/CatastrophicFailure Police say the boat driver was 49-year-old James Melley of Buford, Georgia, and the throttle man was 61-year-old Garth Tagge of Atlanta. The Maryland agency is investigating the crash because the

36-Foot Skater Driven By Garth Tagge & Jim Melley At Lake Of The Ozarks Shootout | Lake of the Ozarks News | lakeexpo.com Jim Melley’s Instagram, Twitter & Facebook on IDCrawl RIP Jim and Garth and my utmost condolences to the families, friends and safety crews involved. Until the people and organizations mandate safety rules at all of these events unfortunately these tragedies are going to continue on a regular basis. 200 mph in a encapsulated boat is extremely dangerous, in an open boat, well..

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