Motorcycle Wreck in Fayetteville Claims Life of Motorcyclist

A terrible wreck on Tuesday in Fayetteville has cost the life of a motorcyclist from Pennsylvania.

The wreck happened on Raeford Road when a Ford F 150 truck driven by a man from Raeford turned into the path of a motorcycle driven by Edward Griener, Jr. of Pennsylvania.

Tragically, Mr. Griener was killed in the wreck.  The driver of the truck, Charles Madison, faces charges related to the wreck.

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4 responses to “Motorcycle Wreck in Fayetteville Claims Life of Motorcyclist”

  1. BC says:

    OMG….I saw the biker on the ground and I was so hoping that he would survive. People need to slow the freak down!!! Im a biker too and its not the fact that bikers cant drive…its these other idiots out here not caring or giving bikers courtesy on the freakn highway! We are as important as any other vehicle on the road…the people on scooters are too, even though they are SLOW!

  2. J. Michael Malone says:

    Thank you for your post. Indeed, this must have been a horrific accident.

    Within the next week, I plan on launching a new website called that will contain a significant amount of information regarding the rights of motorcyclists and moped riders. Hopefully, people will learn to slow down and respect the rights of non-automobiles.

    If I can ever be of assistance to you or your family, please do not hesitate to call me.
    Mike Malone

  3. Travis Meyer says:

    thank you all for your symapathy. He was in the Army, and was deploying back by the end of the month. he signed the draft monday. he was shot and wounded in afghanistan, and his troops brought him back so he could return. R.I.P. Ed. live strong, die hard.

  4. J. Michael Malone says:

    Thank you for your comment.
    He certainly sounds like a remarkable man. My father-in-law is curently depolyed in Afghanistan and I am amazed at the challenging circumstances that our troops face over there. Certainly far more difficult than the general public would believe.
    Mike Malone

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