Everett Helmut Ramsay, a professor at Northern Arizona University, died on Sunday, November 25, after suffering wrongful death injuries in a bicycle crash earlier this month.
Authorities say that the 65 year-old Ramsay likely lost control of his bike before the bicycle accident and then crashed after striking a rock.
When emergency responders arrived on the scene of the bike crash, they found Ramsay in full protective gear but suffering from severe personal injuries.
He was transported to a nearby hospital after the bicycle accident and put on life support. This past Sunday, Ramsay’s wife decided to remove the life support, after it was determined that Ramsay would be dependent on a ventilator to stay alive.
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