Emo Speedway Death Treated As Sudden Death

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#18 Bill Reimer, #2X4 Ken Perry, and #99 Brody Strachan battled it out during the WISSOTA Midwest Modified feature which had several three and four wide battles throughout the 20 lap feature.
#18 Bill Reimer, #2X4 Ken Perry, and #99 Brody Strachan battled it out during the WISSOTA Midwest Modified feature which had several three and four wide battles throughout the 20 lap feature.

#18 Bill Reimer, #2X4 Ken Perry, and #99 Brody Strachan battled it out during the WISSOTA Midwest Modified feature which had several three and four wide battles throughout the 20 lap feature.
#18 Bill Reimer, #2X4 Ken Perry, and #99 Brody Strachan
battled it out during the WISSOTA Midwest Modified feature which had
several three and four wide battles throughout the 20 lap feature.

EMO – It has been a rough weekend for racing fans at the Emo Speedway. The Rainy River OPP have reported that William G Reimer, a sixty-seven year old driver, from Vermilion Bay, was racing in a race car which left the race track on Saturday night.

William G Reimer was found unresponsive inside of his race car. All efforts to revive Reimer failed. Officials declared Mr. Reimer dead at the scene.

The OPP state that the incident is being treated as a sudden death not as a race track accident.

Memorial Services are on Friday September 13th at 11am at the Dryden Agriplex Centre (Dryden Fairgrounds). Donations can be made to the Heart & Stroke Foundation on behalf of Bill and his family.

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