Critical Mass ride honors lost cyclist, injured survivor makes first sign of recovery

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POSTED: Friday, January 27, 2012 - 4:51pm

UPDATED: Friday, January 27, 2012 - 5:49pm

Hundreds of riders gather at LSU to remember Nathan Crowson, and protest what they call unsafe bike riding conditions.

Crowson was killed last weekend by an alleged drunk driver.

At tonight's ride, people remember Crowson, while trying to get the attention of city leaders to make the community more cycle friendly.

As for injured cyclist Danny Morris, some good news comes today as he came out of his medically induced coma. Morris’ best friend Chris Waltman tells us that Danny was groggy, confused, and coping with the time lost.

If you want to help the victims of the cycling crash, there are several things you can do.

An account has been set up for Nathan Crowson's daughter.

You can donate cash only to any e-Federal Credit Union Branch in Katherine Coburn's name.

Also, every blood donation made to our lady of the lake in "Danny Morris'" name will take off $15 from his medical bills.

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