ADAMS COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4) – A motorcycle and a car speed-racing each other caused a two-car crash that sent six people to the hospital on Friday night.

The victims’ conditions were unknown.

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The Colorado State Patrol said the motorcycle was racing a Volvo northbound on Federal Boulevard in Adams County when the car crashed head-on into a Nissan at 54th Avenue. Some passengers in the Nissan were ejected.

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Troopers said the motorcycle and the car were going between 90 and 100 mph when the car’s driver lost control and struck the Nissan. The motorcycle continued northbound on Federal, troopers said. It hasn’t been located.

The crash caused severe damage to both cars.

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Federal Boulevard at 54th Avenue was closed in both directions as police investigated the scene.