BMX rider Pat Casey has died following an accident at Motocross Park. HOLR has the latest news.

According to this article, it has been confirmed by the San Diego County Department Medical Examiner that Pat Casey died while supposedly “riding a motocross bike when he lost control and was ejected.”

Pat Casey BMX

Casey was a BMX rider who won gold at the 2021 Summer X Games, as noted here.

Pat Casey Accident

According to this article, news involving the accident stated that a man (later identified as Casey) “had crashed his motorcycle while performing a jump on the park ramps.” As a result, “life-saving measures,” were performed but the man was, unfortunately, pronounced dead.

This TikTok video reposted by user @steezyodom shows a news station detailing the series of events as they unfolded.

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Pat Casey Death Video

The deadly crash at the Motocross freestyle track involved Casey supposedly losing control of his vehicle and being ejected, causing his death. The video of the accident is allegedly circulating online but HOLR will not be linking to or posting the video as it contains graphic content.

Pat Casey BMX Age

Casey was 29 years old. As noted here, the BMX community, fellow athletes, and peers are paying tribute to him through social media posts. In fact, Casey’s wife, Chase, took to Instagram to share loving posts and repost other social media tributes to the BMX rider.

 

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Pat Casey cause of death

Update: Pat Casey, a 29-year-old BMX luminary, tragically passed away on Tuesday following an accident at a motocross park in Ramona, California, as confirmed by the San Diego County Medical Examiner. The incident occurred while he was navigating a dirt bike at the Slayground Motocross Park, where Casey unfortunately lost control of the bike, resulting in him being ejected from it.

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