Dennis Kennedy Death – Dennis Kennedy has passed away unexpectedly leaving family and loved ones. He was in a league of his own and a true pioneer who was inducted into the Beagle Hall of Fame. He also produced many pups who went on to become world champions and hall of famers, his loved ones says. According to reports, Kennedy died as a result of the fatal injuries he had sustained in a fatal motorcycle accident that happened in New Castle, Pennsylvania.
Brad White confirming the passing of Dennis wrote in Facebook post that he drove 9 hours overnight to Pennsylvania to meet this Legend and to bring his Beagle bloodline back to Tennessee. Brad said he saw Dennis bless the breeding of his “Big Meadows lord Vador hound” and his own female. “I know you’re running with your past hounds in those Big Meadows in the sky,” he wrote. Brad urged all of the houndsmans who read this post turn their dogs loose this evening and let them run some Rabbits for Dennis.
Dennis Kennedy Obituary and funeral plans will be released by the family…
RELATED ARTICLE: Delaware State Police Investigating Fatal Motorcycle Collision
The Delaware State Police are now conducting an investigation into a deadly motorcycle accident that took place in the New Castle area during the month of April. On the afternoon of April 20, 2023, at around 3:50 o’clock, a Kawasaki motorbike was moving southbound on North Dupont Highway just north of School Lane in the right lane.
A Volkswagen Jetta was driving on South Dupont Highway, north of School Lane, when it entered the crossover that connects the northbound and southbound lanes of Dupont Highway. The Volkswagen Jetta was going in the wrong direction when it tried to make a U-turn and crossed into oncoming traffic, which resulted in the right rear side of the Jetta colliding with the front of the motorcycle.
The man who was driving the Volkswagen Jetta, who was 24 years old and from Chichester, Pennsylvania, and the man who was riding as his passenger, who was 45 years old and from Middletown, Delaware, did not sustain any injuries as a result of the collision. After the crash, both the motorcyclist and his passenger were sent to a local hospital for treatment.
The motorcyclist, who was 71 years old and from Bear, Delaware, and his passenger, who was 65 years old and also from Bear, Delaware. After some time, they were allowed to leave the hospital. On May 8, 2023, the passenger on the motorcycle who was 65 years old and had been injured in the crash passed away as a result of the injuries she had incurred.
During the approximately one hour that it took to investigate the collision and clear the route once it had been cleared in part, the roadway was partially closed.
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