Family mourns after 25-year-old killed in motorcycle crash
PORTLAND (WGME) – A family is mourning, after their 25-year-old son was killed during a charity bike ride over the weekend in Augusta.
Aaron White-Sevigny was one of two people killed in the crash.
On Sunday, Aaron White-Sevigny left the Augusta Civic Center with more than 3,000 other motorcyclists. It was his first big ride, hoping to give back, and his family says that's how they'll be remembering him.
Sevigny's parents say he was planning on participating in the toy run ever since he got his motorcycle license earlier this year.
He even purchased a number of toys to donate, but they'd never make it.
State police say just as his group was getting onto I-95 to head to Windsor, a pickup truck came into contact with four motorcycles.
One person was killed at the scene while Sevigny later died from his injuries at the hospital.
Family of the 25-year-old say he was a family man, leaving behind a 1-year-old and fiancée.
State police say they're still trying to figure out what led up to that crash. As for Sevigny's family, they say they set up a GoFundMe page in his honor to help with funeral expenses.