Chris Pomaville Motorcycle Accident – Mount Clemens, Michigan resident, Chris Pomaville has passed away following a motorcycle accident. Officials are yet to released any official statement as to the accident. Chris Pomaville suffered severe injuries from the crash and was pronounced dead after he sustained to his injuries. TheShop Clinton Twp shared on Facebook that Chris Pomaville unfortunately took his last and final ride, “Please watch out for motorcycles and stay off your damn phone while your driving,” he wrote. According to Chris Pomaville page, he went to L’Anse High School and was the Service Manager at HP Forklifts. The crash remains under investigation by the authorities.
Chris Pomaville GoFundMe
Kevin Pomaville and Ashley Pomaville are organizing a fundraiser with GoFundMe to help with the funeral and memorial expenses. According to the page, this is quite possibly the hardest thing they’ve ever had to do. Chris was a beautiful soul that inspired and touched the hearts of many, he never failed to light up a room. They are asking for help during this difficult time in laying him to rest, and every cent donated will go directly to his memorial and estate expenses. “We appreciate your condolences, thoughts, and prayers as we try to place one foot in front of the other and keep moving forward. We will put out information in regard to memorial services as we get things lined up,” a statement from the page reads.
The page which was established 20 hours at the time of this publication has raised $2,803 USD of the $10,000 goal that was set.
**Robert Smith injured in Scott County single vehicle crash **
Robert E. Smith, 58, of Bardwell has been identified as the Kentucky motorcyclist was hurt on Thursday, July 7, in a single-vehicle accident in Scott County. The collision took place around 11 a.m. on Missouri 77, approximately two miles north of Diehlstadt. According to the Missouri State Highway Patrol ,Robert Smith was riding a Harley Davidson when it veered off the right side of the road and crashed. Smith was transported to a hospital in Cape Girardeau with severe injuries. According to MSHP, Smith was not wearing a helmet.