Update on Biker in Cougar Attack from GoFundMe: Keri’s Ride to Recovery

On Saturday, February 17th, 2024, a group of five cyclists were biking on a road when one of the cyclists, an adult female, was attacked by a cougar. She sustained severe injuries to her neck and face.  

Today, Wednesday, February 21st, a GoFundMe was started, identifying the biker as Keri McCorkle, by daughters Alexa and Kendall.

While they’ve decided as a family not to provide any comments beyond what’s on the fundraiser page, they have agreed to let the community know of their mom’s condition.

Keri “experienced severe trauma to her face as well as permanent nerve damage. It will be a lifelong battle and a long road ahead to recovery,” according toherGoFundMe.

The funds of the GoFundMe will go directly towards all expenses due to her injury. “Bills, living expenses, and anything else she may need. Thank you so much for all the positive thoughts and prayers! Her mindset is positive, and she hopes to get back on her bike one day soon!”

Photo Credit: GoFundMe

The fund has reached almost $11,000 of the $50,000 goal at the time of this writing. You can donate and read more about Keri here: Fundraiser by Kendal McCorkle : Keri’s Ride to Recovery (gofundme.com)

[Featured Image Photo Credit GoFundMe]

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