BEAVERCREEK, Ohio (WDTN) - A benefit has been scheduled for a couple struck by an Ohio State trooper.
Amy and Corey Waldman were traveling west on U.S. 35 the night of August 17 when their motorcycle was rear-ended by Trooper Jacob Daymon. Mrs. Waldman, the passenger, had to be flown to Miami Valley Hospital. Her husband was taken there by ambulance. They both say had it not been for their helmets they probably would not have survived.
Now, a fundraiser is scheduled to help the Waldmans with their medical expenses. A Poker Run is scheduled for Saturday, October 19, at Beef O Brady's in Beavercreek. Sign ups go from 11am- 12:45pm. The poker run will leave from the restaurant at 12:45pm.
The trooper has been put on administrative duties for now.
This year, they will help 13 families in need buy toys, clothing and other items.
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