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One injured, one killed in North Iowa motorcycle accident



This news story was published on September 29, 2012.
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CALMAR, IOWA – One person was killed and another injured in a motorcycle accident near Calmar, Iowa on Friday afternoon.

The Iowa State Patrol said Saturday that Trish Ann Taylor, 44, of Hawkeye, Iowa was killed while riding on a Harley Davidson motorcycle on Highway 52  two miles north of Calmar, Iowa through a construction zone with a companion, Michael Jay Jermier, 45, of Decorah.

The accident report states that the road surface was uneven due to construction work and the motorcycle crossed the center line of the highway and went out of control.  It was not made clear who was driving the motorcycle in the report.

Jermier was transported to a local hospital for treatment.

The accident is still under investigation.

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12 Responses to One injured, one killed in North Iowa motorcycle accident

  1. Missy Shinault Reply Report comment

    October 9, 2012 at 5:14 pm

    First off i just want to say to this anonymous person, this so called crap on this blog is takin directly from the newspaper so if you want to bitch at someone bitch and the papers, and also did you not get taught to think before you speak? And i hope you know you have Pissed alot of people off including all of my family the stuff you said about my mother was not appreciated and the stuff you say about bikers is not appreciated.also if you have to put yourself as anonymous then you clearly should not have made the comment. if your going to be balls go 100 percent and say your name. as for you Bear, lets not stup to his level i know you were upset but that is no reason to tell some one to die but you were right of the heartless piece of crap you just forgot to add the word coward in your statement.

  2. Lawsteward Reply Report comment

    October 1, 2012 at 4:48 am

    “A-none-e-mouse” (Anonymous)I have to say that of all the insipid things you say in your “blogs” this has to have been the worst! Never mind that someone died, all you can come up with is life is a crap shoot! You remind me of a person totally removed from society…no friends…no companionship…no job…no compassion…no positive outlook of any kind…sitting at your desk, looking out the window at the world outside and being very afraid to go out into it and experience life as the rest of us do…and yet wasting “our” time by telling us all you can come up with is this person “took a chance” and rode a motorcycle. Other than that, her life had no “significance”…may you die (and soon)…and quickly be forgotten!

  3. LVS Reply Report comment

    September 30, 2012 at 9:25 am

    What a terrible thing to say. A lady died and no matter what your opinion is she had family and friends. I agree that there are some bikers who have no regard for others, but, most of them are family people who just enjoy the freedom of riding and do respect other people. I don’t think loud pipes are the answer as you can’t tell where they are until they are passed anyway but, I must confess I don’t have a better idea. My sympathy to the family and it just should not happen.

  4. Hey U Reply Report comment

    September 29, 2012 at 5:40 pm

    Hey Anonymous you must be a big bag of shit, let some of us bikers know where they bury you so we can come and piss on your grave, Your right “WHO CARES” you dirt bag

    • John Bunnell Reply Report comment

      September 29, 2012 at 6:35 pm

      I agree with you, Hey U. These whiners instantly complain about something when HD is mentioned, regardless of the circumstances. If it had been a Honda Goldwing, would that have changed the outcome. I guess it doesn’t matter that someone died. I doubt they would be talking this crap if it would have been their daughter, out having a good time. Two pathetic posts.

  5. TheRealFred Reply Report comment

    September 29, 2012 at 5:26 pm

    need louder pipes.

  6. Anonymous Reply Report comment

    September 29, 2012 at 4:05 pm

    ride a motorcycle. take the chance. who cares?

    • Babyboomer55 Reply Report comment

      September 29, 2012 at 8:34 pm

      I cannot even express how disgusting your comment is! Mabey you would like to go to her funeral and say that to her loved ones. You are a real piece of work and should be ashamed of yourself.

    • Mark Tomlinson Reply Report comment

      September 30, 2012 at 8:44 am

      Who cares? I do for one. I don’t think I know any of the persons involved but it really does not matter because as fellow motorcyclist (biker if you want) I always feel a sadness when some is injured or killed while out living life and enjoying themselves. I’m not naive and think that all riders ride as safe as can be, but no time will I ever stoop to the level that you have. I would rather go for a ride and not come home then to sit online and troll the blogs. That would be about the lowest form of scumbag shithead actions I can think of. Have a nice life looser!

    • Ryan V. Reply Report comment

      September 30, 2012 at 8:02 pm

      Take a chance and post your real name coward!

    • David Shinault Reply Report comment

      October 1, 2012 at 12:32 pm

      Hey anonymous douche bag my mother died in that crash she knew the risk and she went doing what she loved. That doesn’t give you a right to say what you said I hope you die you heartless piece of crap