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Two twenty-year old New Providence men are dead after the motorcycle they were riding on crashed into a tree that had fallen across the road. The accident happened at 10 pm Thursday night in Martic Township Thursday. Scott Matthew Bachman and Jeremy Stephen Rineer, both 20, were dead at the scene after flying off the bike at 1057 Marticville Road.
Police say Scott Bachman was driving north on Marticville Road when he came to a tree fallen across the northbound lane. He braked just before crashing into the tree but still ended up hitting part of it. The motorcycle, driver and his passenger, Jeremy Rineer all hit the tree. Bachman's helmet struck the tree and Rineer, who was not wearing a helmet, also struck the tree.
Bachman and the motorcycle continued to travel about 110 feet before coming to a final rest. Rineer was thrown from the back of the motorcycle and landed about 30 feet from the tree.
Jeremy S. Rineer
Jeremy Stephen Rineer, 20, of 58 Pennsy Road, New Providence, PA, died Thursday night, June 24, 2010 as a result of injuries sustained in a motorcycle accident.
He was born in Lancaster, son of Melissa Sheets Shreve of Peach Bottom, PA, and Donnie Rineer of New Providence, PA.
Jeremy had worked for Rineer Lawn Care Service.
He enjoyed racing motor-cross competitively, and also enjoyed hunting and fishing. He had been a fourth generation member of the Refton Fire Company.
In addition to his parents, he is survived by his sisters: Victoria Sheets, Quarryville, Autumn Rineer, Peach Bottom; brother: Phillip Shreve, Peach Bottom; maternal grandparents: Roger and Connie Sheets, Peach Bottom; fraternal grandfather: Donald E. Rineer, New Providence.
Friends are invited to attend a memorial service, Wednesday, June 30, 2010 at 6:30 PM from the Reynolds Funeral Home, 144 East State Street, Quarryville, PA. There will be a visitation from 5-6:30 PM prior to the service. To send an online note of condolence to the family, please visit our website at
I miss you, Jeremy. I'll always love you.
Hey guys no internet. I'll let you know as soon as it gets hooked up
Don't text. Cell phone is out of commision until further notice.
Lonely girl afraid of the world,
Didn't believe in a secound chance.
Wasn't sure what to do with herself,
But all that changed with a dance.