A Greenwood man who crashed his motorcycle this month is looking for the motorists who stopped to help him.
On May 7, a car cut in front of Doug Walden during his morning commute to Indianapolis, edging him off the road and causing him to wreck, he said. Other drivers stopped to help, he said.
Walden was lying in the grass next to the Main Street on-ramp to northbound Interstate 65 in Greenwood, and two men walked up to check on him. Walden was able to get up and figured out he was just bruised and stiff, so the men helped him stand his bike back on its wheels, he said.