MILWAUKEE - A group of motorcyclists gathered in Milwaukee Sunday to pay their respects to a fellow biker.
They gathered at the place where they were expecting the body of Daniel Lee Winsemius, 59, to be transported back to Michigan on a ferry.
Winsemius, of Twin Lake, Michigan, was killed in a crash in Fond du Lac County on Thursday.
He was with a group of bikers on their way home to Michigan from Milwaukee.
Fond du Lac County sheriff's officials say a southbound car crossed the centerline striking 10 of the 12 motorcycles headed northbound on Highway 151 in the town of Taycheedah.
Nine people were taken to the hospital.
"None of the people that are here with us today even knew any of the people who were riding affected by this. But the motorcycle community is tight-knit community, and when we lose one of our family, it affects all of us," said Greg Rodd with ABATE of Wisconsin.
Sheriff's officials say the Calumet County man who struck the bikes will be arrested as soon as he's released from the hospital.
They say he's wanted on felony bail jumping, and could be charged with homicide by negligent operation of a motor vehicle.
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