Cd'A motorcyclist dies two weeks after crash - Spokane, North Idaho News & Weather KHQ.com

Cd'A motorcyclist dies two weeks after crash

Photo: Oregon State Police Photo: Oregon State Police

WILSONVILLE, Ore. - A Coeur d'Alene man injured in a multiple motorcycle crash on September 18 died from his injuries Monday morning.

David Bowyer, 44, was part of a formation of nearly 30 motorcycles riding on I-5 south of Portland when traffic ahead of the bikers came to a stop.

The first two motorcyclists in the two column formation were able to avoid hitting a SUV ahead of them, but the rest of the riders could not stop in time and crashed into the SUV and each other. Another SUV in the center lane of northbound I-5 was also struck by one of the motorcyclists.

Emergency crews took a total of 10 motorcyclists to the hospital, among those was Bowyer who was taken by LifeFlight to Legacy Emanuel Hospital where he died Monday.

The condition of the nine other riders is unknown at this time, though only one other rider was said to be in critical condition following the crash.

The crash is still under investigation by Oregon State Police.

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