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Here is the latest on Luke, he is having a tough time,Unfortunately, I have to report the Dr. took Luke's right leg above the knee due to complications with the healing and the extent of the damage.
Prayers from here. Hope for a full recovery. I just wish my loved ones would give up the bike riding, too. Way too many folks that are dangerous out there that should not be driving at all. Even if you are an expert rider, you will have no chance against a sudden idiotic move by a moronic driver. Even when I was driving small sports cars (usually painted red) I had many close calls. The other driver would look right in your direction and then proceed to pull in front of you. Several of my family and friends have had recent close call while on their bikes. A couple of them ended up in the hospital.
Thanks, I'll get off my high horse now. Steve K.
Some of the bikers from the Antique Motorcycle Club of America put this together for Luke Walker, he lost his leg and the bills are insane so if anyone wants to help here is the info
Luke Walker Fund established
We have received a lot of genuine support for Luke, and requests for how to donate. Today, an account was created at a bank, and a PO box taken to receive the funds.
If you would like to help our Luke and his family, please :
1. Make check out to: LUKE WALKER REHAB FUND
2. Mail check to: LUKE WALKER FUND
P.O. BOX 4743
MIDDLETOWN, RI 02842
This will allow accounting and recording of donors so future contact can be made.
A benefit ride is being put together:
BENEFIT: DATE: October 5, 2013
PLACE: F O P LODGE #21
464 Mitchell's Ln
Middletown, RI 02842
Thanks for posting the info Tim.
Luke is surely a great guy, really helped my out more than once. People like him deserve support.
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Hi All, A while back Luke Walker was badly hurt in a accident, A web site has been started if any one is interested in helping.
He lost his right leg ultimately, but his cognition is dramatically improved- I hear he is doing simple math with his daughter and recalling names, places.
here is a link to the site http://lukewalkerfund.com/
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