Rider injured when trailer wags motorcycle

An Oregon man was injured near Kennewick when he lost control of his motorcycle Saturday.

James F. Dempsey, 54, of Wallowa, was taken to Trios Health after the wreck, reported at 2:30 p.m. Saturday in the northbound lanes of Interstate 82, about seven miles south of Kennewick, according to the Washington State Patrol.

Dempsey was towing a small trailer behind a 2013 Harley Davidson motorcycle that began to oscillate, the state patrol said. The motion caused him to lose control and leave the roadway.

His condition was not available.

He is charged with allowing the trailer to oscillate.

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1 Comment

  1. how can this be? This is now the 28 motorcyclist who has been hurt…and if he should die…this is the 5th death this year due to loose trailers and loads that we are aware of….we are towing with defective trailers these trailers were never wind tested…by anybody and they are built to a “Voluntary Standard. Since 1975 over 24,500 dead and since 1988 over 1,000,0000 injured go to dangeroustrailers.org

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