TAUNTON, Mass. (AP) — Authorities have released the identity of a New Hampshire boater who was killed in a collision during the Bill Giles Memorial Regatta in Taunton.

The Bristol County District Attorney's Office confirmed Sunday that 39-year-old Mark Greene died on Saturday following a three-boat crash involving his hydroplane watercraft.

The Boston Globe reports that Greene's death is the second time in five years that a person has died racing at Watson Pond State Park.

Taunton Deputy Fire Chief Scott Dexter says the crash occurred during the high-speed race's first turn.

Two other boaters were injured, including 67-year-old Stephen Joy. The Bangor, Maine man remains in critical condition at Rhode Island Hospital in Providence.

The South Shore Outboard Association, the regatta's organizer, didn't return requests seeking comment.

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