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Bikers line up at girl’s lemonade stand after mom helps save them during crash

When a nurse posted a photo of her daughter’s lemonade business on Facebook, she had no idea that 30 bikers would pass by on their street revving their engines.

Daryn Sturch and her daughter Bryanne first noticed a terrible motorcycle accident on State Road 19 close to Denver, Indiana, in September of last year.

Daryn Sturch

Daryn stated, “I’m a nurse and noticed numerous motorcycles were engaged. “I hurried up to help and told my daughter I needed to.”

She arrived and observed the horrific scene. It appeared as though one of them lost control, causing their motorbikes to become entangled.

In order for Bryanne not to see her, she parked her car a little distance away. After that, she hurried over to the motorcyclists and realized how badly hurt they were.

The five bikers who were involved in the collision, three men and two women, were soothed by Daryn, a nurse who was used to caring for people, until paramedics arrived.

Fortunately, everyone survived even if some of them needed to be flown.


The bikers contacted her once they had recovered and expressed their gratitude for what she had done. Daryn discovered that they were connected to an organization known as Milwaukee Iron at that point.

She remembered, “I just got a rush of texts from people praising me.” Through Facebook, Daryn and the riders stayed in touch.

One year after the event, she posted a picture of Bryanne selling lemonade outside their house.

Lemonade stand is currently available in Chili for interested parties, she wrote.

Unaware that 30 of the bikers would be stopping by, one of the bikers expressed interest in stopping by. They did it as a way of individually thanking her for what she had done for their community the year before.


She stated, “I had no idea how many there would be and they were so kind. “She was charging $1, and I wager that each person donated a donation of $5, $10, or $20. As content as she was capable of being, [Bryanne]

People she helped a year ago came back, including the person she is hugging in the picture below. She recalled how seriously hurt this motorcyclist was, and how she feared he wouldn’t make it.

Daryn remarked, “I feared for his life. I hadn’t seen him since that day, so this was the first time.


In addition to brightening the young girl’s day, Daryn and the bikers she assisted met up during the visit.

Not only did they make my daughter’s lemonade sale special, but it was also a wonderful surprise to reunite with these people and see how well they are doing. said Daryn.

With her tale going viral, Daryn hopes to spread a message, especially to people who have a negative perception about motorcyclists.

They’re the most friendly individuals. She stated, “I want everyone to know how beautiful they are.


The Milwaukee Iron made a lovely gesture of appreciation to the woman who supported their community during difficult times.

It is touching to know that people chose to express their gratitude to her by showing up and elevating her daughter. It’s undoubtedly one of the most adorable displays of gratitude we’ve ever seen!

See the bikers lining up on Bryanne’s lemonade stand in the video below.

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