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In 2012, the CCVFRA lost one of our own to a motorcycle accident. It is our most sincere wish that this type of tragedy be avoided. Please join us in our fight to raise awareness of motorcycles and safety on the highway. Remember, that rider you see is someone's brother, sister, son, daughter, husband, wife, mother, father or friend.
Geoffrey Aylor Green, 24, passed away on Saturday, May 19, 2012, at
the University of Virginia Medical Center in Charlottesville,
Virginia. Geoffrey was born on September 2, 1987, to Allen Hunter
Green and Peggy Louise Mackison. He worked for the Town of Culpeper
in the Waste Water division and at the Culpeper County Airport as a
Line-Tech; loved being active with Brandy Station VFD for past eight
years; volunteered at Culpeper Regional Hospital; achieved Eagle
Scout after twelve years, starting as a tiger cub; and was a member
of St. Luke's Lutheran Church.
A 24-year-old member of the Brandy Station Volunteer Fire Department Company 2 died Saturday at the University of Virginia Medical Center following injuries suffered in a motorcycle crash in Culpeper Thursday afternoon. Geoff Green, of Culpeper, was traveling north on Ira Hoffman Lane on his 2004 Yamaha motorcycle when a southbound 2012 Toyota Camry turned left in front of him to go onto Burgandine Avenue around 5:17 p.m., according to a press release from the Culpeper County Sheriff’s Office. Green’s uncle, Robert Wayne Green, confirmed his passing Saturday afternoon. Green applied his brakes, according to the release, but could not avoid striking the front passenger side of the Camry. Green was flown by helicopter from the scene to UVa where he remained in intensive care since Thursday. A spokesperson from Co. 2 confirmed Saturday that Green was an active volunteer. The driver of the Camry, Mark Klein, 50, of Culpeper, was not injured in the crash. He was charged with failure to yield the right of way. Green was wearing a helmet, according to Saturday’s release by the CCSO.
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