Shynne Stotts Motorcycle Accident

Saturday Jan 20 2018- Shynne was struck while riding his mororcycle by a car that didnt look or use their blinker. Thank the lord he was wearing a helmet.

Sunday Jan 21 2018- Shynne wakes up long enough to give family information. We all find out about the accident. Hand surgery

Monday Jan 22 2018- low on blood recieved a pint of blood, afternoon surgery to set his leg. Took most external hardware off his body so allthe plates, rods and screws are inside. Left femur surgery placed artifical bone because he had missing bone and the bone was dead. Arm surgery, hands (yes both hands) surgery. Started showing signs of a concussion

Tuesday Jan 23 2018- mandating that he moves to a chair every two hours to prevent more clots from forming. With little movement giving him extreme pain, it is undecribable the pain he feels while being moved. 

 Wednesday Jan 24 2018- surgery on right tibia

Thursday Jan 25 2018-

Left femur broken in two places, left hand shattered in 6 places, right thumb, right tibia, left collar bone, left upper and lower arm broken.

Even after all of the surgeries he will still have months and months of rehab

Shynne is the oldest of 5 siblings. He is 32 years old. Graduated high school early so he could enlist in the US ARMY, he then served across seas in the Iraq war, was honorable discharged. Moved back to the States where he moved up to Ancorage Alaska where he took a job at the local Harley Davidson shop since he had a strong passion for motorcycles. Since his LOVE for riding on his motorcycle was so strong he decided to further his education down in Phoniex Arizona at MMI Motorcycle Mechanics Institute. 

While riding his bike with five other buddies down in Arizona, Shynne was dead in the middle of the crew while riding, the two bikers behind Shynne watched the car driving next to him going 60+ mph turn into Shynne like the car was about to do a U-Turn right into him. No signal, clearly didn't look either. Thankfully the men he was riding with are all Veterans so they were all quick on their feet to responding and caring for him while on the side of the road. They dialed 911 and waited with him until help arrived. 

Please. All the help with be greatly appreciated. Thank you so much.

PLEASE send endless prayers as well...

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  • Caroline Bischel
    • $100 
    • 6 yrs


Nerstrand, MN

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