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Motorcycle ride honors 2020 crash victim left to die in street

Hundreds of bikers from the Toledo area came together to honor the life of Rachel Ciralsky. The 34-year-old mother tragically lost her life during a hit-and-run motorcycle crash in west Toledo last June. Family, friends, and complete strangers rode their bikes through Toledo to the scene of the accident to make sure her story would never be forgotten. The ride came days after a man was indicted for allegedly leaving the scene of the crash that took Ciralsky's life. "She would be crying. I know her, she would be balling her eyes out, with happy tears, of course, you know," said Rachel's daughter Kyleigh. "And she'd probably be hugging a lot of people. She's a big hugger, you know. A very tight squeeze. And I guess she'd be really happy for her friends and she'd tell them not to cry because it's going to be ok." Ciralsky was a passenger on a motorcycle being driven by Oswaldo Moreno when the accident occurred, according to the indictment earlier this week. Moreno and the driver of a car involved in the accident are alleged to have fled the scene after the crash, leaving Ciralsky in the street, suffering from fatal injuries. FULL STORY: https://www.wtol.com/article/news/local/motorcycle-ride-through-toledo-to-honor-2020-accident-victim/512-b1f98207-7dde-4b51-af3d-e0eabbd9c7cc Connect with us on social media: Go 419 Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/Go419/ Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/wtol11/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/WTOL11Toledo/ Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/wtol11toledo/ WTOL Newsletter - https://wtol.com/email

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