On Thursday, hundreds of bikers paid respect to two men who died at a biker event in Clarksville over the weekend.
Police believe Tim Stone and Jim Wall, along with three others died from carbon monoxide exposure inside an RV they were staying in following the Bikers Who Care charity motorcycle event at the Clarksville Speedway.
Booger Watson of the organization was among those who honored the men.
"We're sending a couple of our brothers off on their eternal journey," Booger Watson Bikers Who Care.
The bikers provided an escort for the bereaved families to the funeral home.
"We're just trying to support the family, and help us all get through this, because we are going through something that most people, I hope most people never encounter," Watson said.
Many of the participants spoke highly of the men who lost their lives in the accident.
"[Tim was] very sweet. He'll be missed. He loved everybody he came in contact with," said supporter Nikki Wallace.
Watson said he and the organization will continue to offer support to the families.
"We'll get through this, and we've got to get through Saturday when we'll bury two more of our friends and get through Sunday when we're going to bury one more. Watson said.
He continued, "We've rode many miles with our brothers that we're burying today, and we're gonna ride these last few miles with them."
Visitation for bikers Jon and Katy Over are scheduled to be held on Friday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., with a joint funeral on Saturday at 1 p.m. at the Neal Tarpley Parchman Funeral Home.
Allison Bagwell's visitation will be held Saturday from 1 p.m. to 7 p.m. Her funeral will also be held at the Neal Tarpley Parchman Funeral Home on Sunday at 2 p.m.