A motorcycle accident Thursday night is just another setback for a man who lost everything in the May 20 Moore tornado last year.
Gerald Mobley was given a new vintage motorcycle as a gift by the owner of Oklahoma City's "Brass Balls Cycles" last July. Mobley had been building a motorcycle in his garage when the twister hit.
On Thursday night, Mobley was on his motorcycle when he was rear-ended by a green pickup truck at I-40 and Choctaw Rd. The Green truck sped away after the accident.
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Dar Holdsworth of Brass Balls Cycles says it will take some time, but he will fix Mobley's bike.
"If we all just help out a little bit the world would be a better place," he said.
Holdsworth is also working with Oklahoma City's "King Custom Cycles" to present a local veteran with a new motorcycle very soon. Holdsworth says through the local organization "Pro's For Vets" he hopes to give away a few motorcycles to deserving veterans each year.