Myrtle Beach police say an SUV turned in front of a motorcycle early Sunday morning and both the driver and passenger on the motorcycle were killed.
Investigators say about 2:30 a . m . , a Cadillac SUV traveling westbound on 29th Avenue North turned left onto Grissom Parkway in front of a Kawasaki motorcycle that was heading eastbound on 29th Avenue North.
The motorcycle hit the passenger side of the SUV and the driver and passenger on the motorcycle were pronounced dead at the scene.
Deputy Coroner Darris Fowler has identified the two as Nathaniel Carlisle, 47, of Kinston, North Carolina and Victoria Locklear, 48, of Fayetteville, North Carolina.
The driver and passengers of the SUV were taken to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries, according to police.
The names of the two people killed have not yet been released.
No charges have been filed at this time. Officers are still investigating.
This crash makes five motorcyclist deaths since Friday when the Atlantic Beach Memorial Day Bike Fest began. Friday night, a motorcycle driver and his passenger died in a crash on Kings Highway.
On Saturday, an 81-year-old Darlington man died in a crash near the intersection of Highway 22 and Highway 90.
Myrtle Beach police are still investigating a hit and run crash that killed a motorcyclist on Wednesday night at the intersection of Highway 501 and Grissom Parkway.