Riders Slammed into by the Ohio State Trooper Are Not Doing Exactly Well

Riders Slammed into by the Ohio State Trooper Are Not Doing Exactly Well 1 photo
Photo: 2 News
It's been just over one week since we reported about the Ohio State Trooper who inexplicably rammed his police cruiser into Amy and Corey Waldman who were riding a motorcycle. The trooper was identified as Jacob Daymon and he refused to make any statements to the press, apparently being told to do so by his lawyer.

The Waldmans are terribly lucky to be alive after the violent crash, as the footage from the police cruiser shows absolutely no intention of slowing down. They also credit their helmets for saving their lives, even though Amy Waldman has extensive road rash lesions on her face.

The Ohio State Police first refused to release the footage, despite the fact that it is public record. TV station 2 News had to file a lawsuit demanding its release and making it public.

Amy and Corey told 2 News they have forgiven Daymon, but we really believe things will go messy. The Oho State Police declared there are no charges currently pending against Daymon, and that he was not relieved form his highway duties.

Taking a good look at the accident recording, it only seems that Daymon was not paying attention, with the investigation hopefully shedding some light on this extremely nasty thing. The Wladmans are at the Miami Valley Hospital.

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