Marine killed in motorcycle crash welcomed home by Patriot Guard Riders
PENSACOLA, Fla. (BIKER-DAD) — Patriot Guard Riders from Florida and Alabama were on an important mission Wednesday. They welcomed home Sgt. Isaac Cook. Cook died in a motorcycle crash while stationed in Japan two weeks ago.
The PGR riders lined up to stand tall for Cook at the Pensacola airport, then escorted his body to a funeral home in Robertsdale Alabama.
On the 2nd of June Sgt. Cook was involved in a motorcycle accident and suffered a head injury which he didn’t survive. Sgt. Cook was not your average Marine. Sgt. Cook was Meritoriously promoted to Corporal and Sergeant, Company Color Sergeant and had orders to the Drill Field to become a Drill Instructor aboard Marine Corps Recruit Depot. He was well known and loved my many.
OKINAWA JAPAN (BIKER DAD)–A Marine from Pensacola is dead after a crash in Japan where he was serving as a communications technician according to Stars and Stripes.
Sgt. Isaac Cook crashed with a car in Okinawa Wednesday. He was taken to a local hospital but died of his injuries. According to police both drivers had a green light and they are still investigating how it happened.