Fundraiser Set for Motorcyclist Injured in Tuesdays Crash on E. Cypress Road

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On Tuesday October 7, Mike Parisi was seriously injured in a motorcycle accident when a mini-van pulled out in front of him on E. Cypress Road and Knightsen Avenue in Oakley.

As a result of the crash, he was airlifted to John Muir Trauma Center in Walnut Creek with major injuries. He now faces months of recovery time and many surgeries. He is still in critical condition and is on a ventilator.

His family and friends are now organizing fundraisers to assist the family through this difficult time while Mike and his wife are expecting a new baby in December.

According to a family friend he is doing well but will need complete reconstructive surgery on his face. He also has a broken collar bone and other injuries.

Here is a flyer to the upcoming fundraiser on October 26, 2014 in Pittsburg.

mike parisiThe event will also feature a raffle ($100 a ticket) where the winner will win a 2009 Road Glide.

If you cannot attend the event, there is also a GoFundMe page set up.  They are hoping to raise $5k to help the family.  Below is the text from the page.

Mike (peezie) Parisi was involved in a tragic Motorcycle Accident on Oct 7 2014, he has a long road to recovery ahead of him any support will be greatly appreciated during this unfortunate times as Mike and his wife Shanay are expecting there first child in December. Mike is in critical condition and has many Months and surgeries ahead of him. Mikes family and friends greatly appreciate all the support and love that has been shown. Thanks for taking the time to read this. God bless

To make a donation, visit the GoFundMe page


7 COMMENTS

  1. Too bad they are holding this event at a motorcycle gangs clubhouse and not at a park. I’m sure Pitts PD will have their hands full with all the jokers doing burnouts and donuts as they leave the event.

    • it is sad to see the only comment on here is from a sad negative person good job to the scavenger motorcycle club for doing something to positive to help there brother my prayers are for Mike’s family get well soon

    • Are you seriously posting something like this on a post about someone who is in critical condition?! You’re a disgrace.
      And it is not a motorcycle “gang”, it is a motorcycle CLUB. There is a big difference.
      You are full of ignorance.
      This is a club that has done nothing but try to bring the community together to support this family in need.
      Save your comments, nobody wants to hear them.

  2. Surprised that ECT would print this. Sad to see somebody get hurt on a motorcycle and hope they recover. I don’t know about ECT giving a motorcycle gang air time. I don’t think ETC would print this article if the event was being held at the Hells Angles club house but you never know. I know all of the supporters will light me up but if you wear a 3 piece patch or support a 3 piece patch club then you should expect it. That goes for the dumb ass 3 piece patch wearing cop clubs also.

  3. You cowards need to shut up. This is somebodys son, husband, friend. Him and family are going through hard times the last thing they need is some douche bags running there mouth about something they know nothing about. Thank you ECT for the support.

  4. In regards to the comments about ECT publishing this article, I would just like to give ECT a huge THANK YOU for not discriminating against this family and writing an amazing article for family and friends who are going through a very difficult time right now. Thank you ECT!

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