MCSO: Two corrections officers killed in motorcycle crash

Nov 14, 2013, 3:15 PM | Updated: 4:48 pm

PHOENIX — Two motorcyclists killed in an overnight crash in Buckeye worked for the Arizona Department of Corrections, the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office said in a release.

John Ollis, 35 and Skye Orozca, 30, were riding on westbound Buckeye Road when they struck the midsection of a semi-truck driven by Carlos Moran. MCSO said Moran was making a left turn onto eastbound Buckeye Road out of a driveway when the collision happened.

It is unknown how fast Ollis, who was wearing a helmet, was driving, but the motorcycle continued about 500 feet down Buckeye Road after the collision. Orozca’s face made a “very detailed imprint” on the trailer. She was not wearing a helmet.

Both bodies were struck multiple times by passing vehicles as Moran attempted to bring traffic to a halt. The bodies were dragged several hundred feet and dismembered.

Ollis and Orozca were both employed at Lewis Prison.

Authorities do not believe alcohol or speed were factors in the crash.

No charges or citations have been issued.

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MCSO: Two corrections officers killed in motorcycle crash