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5 die at Tennessee biker fest; carbon monoxide suspected

September 19th, 2011 1:02 pm by KRISTIN M. HALL

CLARKSVILLE (AP) — Police have identified the five people found dead inside their rented camper at a Tennessee biker festival that raises money for sick children.

Police are investigating but don't suspect foul play. The victims appeared to have been overcome when fumes from a generator leaked into their vehicle. They were found Sunday at Clarksville Speedway.

Clarksville police spokesman Jim Knoll identified the dead as 38-year-old James Franklin Wall II; 39-year-old Timothy Bryan Stone; 32-year-old Allison Elizabeth Bagwell-Wyatt; and a married couple, Jonathan Michael Over and Kathryn Elizabeth Over, both 27. All were from Clarksville.

A spokesman for nearby Fort Campbell, Ky., confirmed the five were staying in a camper rented from the post.

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