FORT COLLINS, Colo. – A mother from Colorado died after her motorcycle accident during a memorial ride in honor of her son, who was recently killed in a motorcycle accident.
Diane Everett, 51, of Milliken lost control of her motorcycle on Saturday and fell into a ditch near Loveland, The Fort Collins Coloradoan reported.
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“I think she fought locally to stay alive, but at the same time, I don’t think she wanted to come back, but instead felt my little brother’s spirit and chose to be with him,” said Joshua Everett, Diane Everett’s stepson.
He and his sister were taking the memorial ride with more than 80 other bikers when they encountered the crash.
“As we got closer, I could see parts of bikes and I think we both knew what happened,” said Joshua Everett. “I could only imagine: ‘Not again. I can’t lose two of them. ‘””
The group was on their way to Carter Lake and then to the Horsetooth Reservoir to gather at 23-year-old Micheal Everett Jr.’s favorite place. They then wanted to go to nearby Berthoud, where he died on April 5th.
Diane Everett was riding one of Micheal Everett Jr.’s motorcycles when she was in an accident.
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