OHIO, Dayton (WDTN) - A vigil was held Wednesday evening in Dayton for Keith Wooster, 58, a lifetime motorcycle enthusiast.
"He was a good person," said his son.
Wooster's motorcycle collided with a pickup truck on McCall Street May 30. Another rider lost a leg in the accident. Police said it appears the two were racing when the truck pulled out in front of them.
"I watched him race several times on the streets," said his son Keith Wooster. "I've seen him get banged up, but get back up. I never expected to get a phone call that my dad was deceased."
A white cross now stands at the site of the accident. It is a reminder their loved one isn't coming back. The need for speed is strong though and Wooster's family has a warning for those who find it difficult to resist.
"For all the bikers out there, I know it's cool to speed or go fast, but for the sake of your loved ones and family members, and everyone around, please slow down," said Lamista Hernandez.
She said the ones left behind are the ones left to suffer. "It's painful, very painful for the families."
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