Baltimore Ravens Cheerleader Killed In Motorcycle Accident

Dion Bagby, 27, a Baltimore Ravens cheerleader, was killed in a fatal motorcycle accident on July 5, according to The Frederick News-Post. Bagby was a cheerleading coach for Infinity All Stars, a Virginia-based cheerleading and dance gym. He had just earned a spot on the Baltimore Ravens’ co-ed cheerleading squad and was set to begin cheering for them when the season kicks off in the fall.

When the accident happened, Bagby was on his way to Camp Woodward in Pennsylvania. He was riding his motorcycle north on US 15 when he collided with a Volkswagen Jetta traveling south on US 15 as it turned left. Bagby died on the scene. Amy Sue Harrison, the driver of the Jetta, was not seriously injured.

No charges have been filed yet, because the accident remains under investigation. If it turns out that Harrison is at fault for this accident, she should be held accountable.

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