WEST MILTON, Ohio (WDTN) - "It's pretty traumatic," says Glenn Coffey.
He was one of about a 150 bikers riding in a charity poker run Saturday afternoon.
The bikers were leaving Milton Union Eagles Club on State Route 48 in West Milton around 4 when the deadly crash happened.
Troopers say the group was leaving the club, heading southbound and traffic northbound was stopped to allow all of them to leave as a group.
Troopers tell 2 NEWS two other motorcycles that were not a part of the event, were heading northbound, they didn't stop and collided with each other, sending one of the bikes into the big group of motorcycles heading southbound.
"He wasn't yielding and he come too fast. Maybe he thought, well I don't know why these people are stopped, I'm going to go around them and, of course, when he couldn't, then bang," comments Coffey.
Troopers say the driver of the bike that went into the southbound lane was killed. He wasn't wearing a helmet. His name isn't being released at this time.
Two other bikers were flown to Miami Valley Hospital, two more were taken there by ambulance. Their conditions are unknown.
Coffey says his friend is one of the injured.
"I'm just hoping my friend is okay," says Coffey.
Hook Parsons showed up on the scene as soon as he heard about the accident.
He's a chaplain with the First Heavy Metal Church of Christ in Englewood.
"We're truly sorry and look to the Lord, that's the only solace that we can find is in Him," comments Parsons.
No word if any charges will be filed.
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