Stacy Custalow killed when weaving through traffic on I-95 on crotch rocket at high rate of speed
RICHMOND CITY – Virginia State Police report that a woman was killed on May 7, 2016, in a two-vehicle crash on I-95 as she weaved her motorcycle through traffic at a high rate of speed. The incident occurred at approximately 4:35 p.m., on I-95 south at the 67.5-mile marker.
Virginia State Police Trooper B. N. Canning investigated the crash.
A 2014 Aprilia motorcycle was traveling south on I-95 at a high rate of speed weaving in and out of traffic when it struck the rear of a 2010 Ford Escape, the motorcycle then ran off the road to the right and struck the guardrail.
The driver of the 2010 Ford was not injured, the operator of the 2014 Aprilia motorcycle, Stacy M. Custalow, 46, of North Chesterfield, Va., was transported to Chippenham Hospital where she died from injuries sustained in the crash; she was wearing a helmet.
Virginia State Police Sgt. Stephan Vick reported that speed is being considered a factor in the crash.
These postings were left on the Facebook page of Stacy Custalow:
Jennifer Mahoney posted:
“At a loss for words tonight with the news nobody wants to get. While on her motorcycle
Stacy Custalow earned her wings tonight doing what she loved so much. Fly high and ride hard- Rest In Peace”
Celes Choc Glover to Stacy Custalow Facebook page:
“My heart and many hearts are broken! Stacy 1000!
Rest in Paradise lovely girl. THE baddest female rider I’ve EVER known. Forever RESPECT!!!”
Victoria Reel Prince posted:
“Tonight I was told of the tragic loss of one of my cousins, Stacy Custalow. Heartbroken at the news I ask that you always tell your family and friends how much you love them. They can be gone in the blink of an eye.”