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He testified that between and a.m., he had seen a dark car containing a man driving and a woman in the front seat approaching the intersection with Dike Road.

When Look called out to offer his help, the car moved quickly eastward, towards the ocean, along Dike Road in a cloud of dust.

Look recalled that the car's license plate began with an "L" and contained two "7"'s, both details true of Kennedy's 1967 4 door Oldsmobile Delmont 88; the license plate on Kennedy's vehicle was "L78-207." According to his inquest testimony, Kennedy made a wrong turn onto Dike Road, an unlit dirt road that led to Dike Bridge (also spelled Dyke Bridge).

Asked why he did not have his chauffeur drive them both, Kennedy explained that Crimmins along with some other guests "were concluding their meal, enjoying the fellowship and it didn't appear to me necessary to require him to bring me back to Edgartown." Christopher "Huck" Look was a deputy sheriff who was working as a special police officer at the Edgartown regatta dance that night.