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Tyler Hoeft, 14, dies while competing in Freestone Amateur Motocross event in Wortham, Texas
The family also stated that the 14-year-old was an organ donor.
“Now, with him not being here, he’s saving a lot of other people. He’s giving back life to hundreds of people,” Hoeft said.
“He’s already saved the life of a 48-year-old man,” Hoeft said, referring to one transplant recipient. “It’s going to be hard to get over, but there are so many positives about this story.”
After word got around yesterday that Tyler had finally succumbed to his injuries, a true living legend put himself way out there to speak about the state of our sport.
14-year-old Tyler Hoeft of Castaic, California was competing in the Freestone Amateur Motocross competition in Wortham, Texas, when his motorcycle crashed. He died of massive head injuries the next day.
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