Recently the news is going viral over the internet about the dirt bike rider. The public is going through the internet to know about the bike rider. When the public gets to know about the identity of the biker they all are shocked by the news. they all started to go over the internet to know more about him and his family, not only that they all are going through the internet to give their condolences to the family as they all are going through the hard time now. In this article, we have brought information about him and also about his family, not just that we are also going to give details about his death in this article. Keep reading through the article to know more.
Is Axell Hodges Dead or Alive?
The San Diego County medical examiner has named the dirt bike rider who was killed in a collision Tuesday afternoon east of Ramona. At the Playground Motocross Park, a personal motocross facility close to Sutherland Dam Road, X Games athlete Pat Casey passed away. According to CHP Officer Jared Grieshaber, the 29-year-old rider misjudged his landing, and the motorcycle seemed to collapse on top of him. According to Cal Fire San Diego spokesperson Brent Pascua, witnesses at the facility who reported the collision at around 3 p.m. performed CPR on Casey until they were relieved by emergency personnel, who continued it until about 3:40 p.m. when he was declared dead.
On Wednesday, Pascua told NBC 7 that it only took crews a “normal time” to reach the site and that dispatchers had instructed onlookers in CPR before the arrival of first responders. According to the X Games website, the facility is privately owned by motocross rider Axell Hodges, an Encinitas native. It is frequently utilized for motocross training as well as some X Games competitions. The San Diego County Sheriff’s Department is looking into the incident and accompanying death because it happened on private land.
According to a biography on the Vans” off the Wall” team member website, Casey, who won many medals at the Xgames, was born and raised in Yorba Linda, California. He invented several feats, including the “double decade” and the “backflip decade.” The rider’s wife, Chase, and their two small children are still living. When NBC 7 contacted her for comment on Wednesday, she stated, “He is our everything. He excels in all he does and makes everyone around him happy. My soulmate, the most ideal male.