John Sofia Motorcycle Accident – John Sofia, why do they feel the need to whisk you away so quickly when you have just recently arrived at this location? Conversations with you are something that I really miss having. You were one of the few people that saw me when I arrived home after serving in the military, and I pray that God would grant you eternal rest because you were one of the folks who saw me. I will never stop loving you. It’s hard for me to wrap my head around all of this knowledge, guy; you will never be overlooked.
This one really hit me where it hurts. John May you eventually find the peace you seek, Sofia. Skating with you each and every day for such a significant amount of time was a delight. On the ice, I never needed to bother anyone to ask them to come with me. The act of only appearing there would immediately put you in the presence of an entire loving group. Whenever you saw me pull out my camera, you would immediately step up your game and do some really vicious smashes for me to capture. I love you so much bro. Those are days that will be ingrained in my memory for the rest of my life.
On Tuesday, a car that the motorcyclist was riding in crashed with his motorcycle near Bear, resulting in the motorcyclist’s death. According to the Delaware State Police, the motorcyclist was 28 years old. At 7:06 p.m., when Aiken was approaching Hunters Run Way on Red Lion Road in the northbound direction, the police said he was driving a Harley-Davidson Sportster in that direction. At that time, he was allegedly following a vehicle that was attempting to turn right at the intersection but was partially positioned in both the through-lane and the turning lane. The police say that this transpired while he was following the vehicle. It turned out that he was in the vehicle that was following him.