Wayne Klumper involved in motorcycle crash

WORTHINGTON – Long-time YMCA program director and current volunteer Wayne Klumper was involved in a motorcycle crash shortly after 1 p.m. Tuesday at the intersection of Fox Farm Road and Crailsheim Drive, which, according to his Caring Bridge site, caused numerous injuries, including a bruised lung, fractured facial bones and bruising of the brain. A CT scan showed the bruising and bleeding is not spreading, a family member wrote. Klumper is sedated and sleeping, and will be kept that way for several days.

More information can be found on his Caring Bridge website at http://www.caringbridge.org/visit/wayneklumper/mystory

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Motorcycle Radio

Very informative post. Thanks for taking the time to share your view with us.

rosamondus

Vous en votre for intérieur n'avez point besoin d'utiliser la moindre somme, à l'exception de les patoches dans les entraînements du sexe. agrandir son sexe La plupart d'entre nous crois que sélectionner une marchandise et sur la espérant pour le plus pratique sont que vous pouvons faire. agrandir le pénis Dans les journée suivant un programme d'exercices simplistes, ton pénis avait fortement augmenté, et ce dernier était extrêmement heureux célibataire sur la impact!

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