UPDATE: Benefit Planned Sunday for Motorcycle Driver Injured Last Week on 52nd Ave. South in Fargo
FARGO, N.D. (KVRR-UPDATE) — A benefit is planned Sunday for the West Fargo man who has serious injuries after a dump truck pulled in front of his motorcycle on 52nd Avenue South in Fargo on October 5.
The fundraiser for 25-year-old Dallas Donahue will be held from 12pm-4pm October 16 in the parking lot of Scheels Arena in Fargo.
It’s planned as a car and bike show.
A recent Lend A Hand Up post for the fundraiser says Donahue was in intensive care and placed in a medically induced coma.
He was also expected to undergo further surgeries once he is more medically stable.
Online gifts processed through his Lend A Hand Up fundraiser will help with medical and other expenses, and will be eligible for an additional 20% boost to increase the impact of people’s generosity.
Online gifts total over $6,400 so far, with a Lend A Hand Up boost of nearly $1,300.
You can donate here.
**ORIGINAL STORY BELOW**
FARGO, N.D. (KVRR) — The driver of a motorcycle is in the hospital with serious injuries after a crash with a dump truck on 52nd Avenue South in Fargo.
Police say the crash happened around 4:30 p.m. when the dump truck pulled out in front of the motorcycle.
The driver of the dump truck was cited for failing to yield.
A number of police and North Dakota Highway Patrol units responded to the crash site and shut down eastbound traffic from Veterans Boulevard for about 2 hours.
Fargo Fire Department and Sanford Ambulance also responded to the scene.