Motorcycle Death at Spokane County Raceway - Spokane, North Idaho News & Weather KHQ.com

Motorcycle Death at Spokane County Raceway

Khalil Mohmed; Courtesy of WMRRA.com Khalil Mohmed; Courtesy of WMRRA.com

AIRWAY HEIGHTS, Wash. - The Washington Motorcycle Road Racing Association (WMRRA), as well as the Spokane County Raceway, confirms that 27 year-old Khalil Mohmed died Sunday afternoon after crashing during a race at Spokane County Raceway.

According to Spokane County Raceway, Khalil crashed on turn nine of the course. Emergency staff on scene attended to Khalil and he was transported to a local hospital where he later died. Spokane County Raceway tells KHQ that all protocol was followed when they were notified of the crash. They say that when Mohmed was transported to the hospital he was breathing on his own and they were optimistic he would recover. It was not until later that afternoon that they were notified of his death.

Spokane County Raceway officials tell KHQ that they are extremely saddened by this tragedy and send their thoughts to the riders family.

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