City honors bikers who died of carbon monoxide poisoning - WKRN News 2

Clarksville honors bikers who died of carbon monoxide poisoning

Posted: Updated: Sep 18, 2012 07:02 PM
CLARKSVILLE, Tenn. -

On Tuesday, the city of Clarksville remembered the five bikers who died of carbon monoxide poisoning last year.

Police previously said they believe Bikers Who Care members Tim Stone, Jim Wall, Allison Bagwell-Wyatt and Jon and Katy Over died from carbon monoxide exposure inside an RV they were staying in following a charity motorcycle event last September at the Clarksville Speedway.

In honor of the bikers, three events were held throughout the day. The first memorial began at 1 p.m. at West Creek Middle School located at 1200 West Creek Coyote Trail.

A second memorial was held at the middle school beginning at 3 p.m. where a plaque was unveiled in memory of Katy Over who worked as a teacher at the school.

The final event began at the Clarksville Speedway at 6:30 p.m. at 1600 Needmore Road.

Since the tragedy, September 18 has been declared Carbon Monoxide Awareness Day.

The five men and women left behind 10 children.

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