VILLAGE OF SUMMIT, Wis. – Town of Peak police are investigating the hit-and-run crash that happened after the Wisconsin Harley-Davidson Hometown Rally on Sunday, Sept. 4.
Police are looking for the particular motorcycle operator who hit a person riding a moped, who is now recovering at the medical center.
The hit-and-run accident happened at the intersection of Delafield Road and Stonehedge Trail. FOX6 News found parts associated with the motorbike still laying on the median Monday. The particular intersection is only a half mile away from Wisconsin Harley-Davidson.
FOX6 spoke with the victim’s brother Monday afternoon.
“He just loves being a part of festivals, ” said Dan Zarwell. “It’s something that he does. Even though he can’t actually ride a Harley, he likes being part of that community, and this individual enjoys becoming with people like that. ”
Zarwell’s big brother, Mark, rides a kleinkraftrad instead because of his disabilities. Mark was driving his moped home through Wisconsin Harley-Davidson in Oconomowoc Sunday night but didn’t get far. He has been reportedly stopped at the red light less than a half mile away when someone on a motorcycle knocked him to the ground.
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“These were people he or she enjoyed getting with, and unfortunately, a bad thing occurred, ” stated Zarwell.
Community of Summit police mentioned they are usually investigating the hit-and-run crash.
Orange motorcycle parts had been found at the particular scene, plus police said that’s the best description they can provide. They are hoping somebody comes forward with more details.
Zarwell will be hoping for that, too.
“Just waking up this morning and learning about it, I felt such as, this isn’t some thing that should get swept under the rug, inch said Zarwell. “I feel like it’s sort of my responsibility to speak out for your pet and make sure that will whomever did this is maybe brought to justice a little bit, and that these people don’t do it again to somebody else. ”
Zarwell said their brother is in good spirits at the particular hospital. He has a shattered ankle, and recovery is expected to take at least a year.
Anyone with information about how this may have happened is asked to call Summit police.