A memorial motorcycle ride was held on Saturday to honor a local rescue worker killed in an accident on Wednesday in Hamilton Township. The ride began at the Seaville Fire Hall and wound through South Jersey ending in Corbin City with a beef and beef fundraiser. Riders wanted to remember Larry Leonard, who was struck and killed by a car while clearing the roadway after hitting a deer with his motorcycle. Organizers planned to give the money raised to Leonard’s daughters and granddaughter.
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