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Kelowna Hells Angels’ prospect killed in single-vehicle collision – Kelowna News

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HA prospect dies in crash

The former Kelowna Hells Angels prospect died in a single car crash near Prince George earlier this month.

Jason Townsend, 45, died on November 17, 2022 after crashing near Prince George seven days earlier.

Townsend was charged with two domestic assault charges against him. Dropping Spring 2021, on the same day his trial was due to begin. The attack is believed to have occurred near Yates Road in Kelowna in the early hours of August 7, 2020.

according to online fundraiser Created by family and friends, Townsend was injured in the November 10 crash and was hospitalized until he died of his injuries a week later.

Bean Krause, the fundraiser organizer, said: “I was very lucky to see his big smile, his engaging laughter, and to hear his usual banter. It was,” he wrote. “Unfortunately it wasn’t meant for him to stay here and he succumbed to his injury.

“Nobody expected this outcome, so you can imagine everyone is in complete shock at this point.”

of Reported by Kim Bo-ran of the Vancouver Sun. Townsend became a prospect for the Kelowna Hells Angels in the fall of 2019 after his former club, Prince George’s Renegades Motorcycle Club, dissolved. Becoming a prospect is the final stage before a member becomes a member of the full Hells Angels patch.

In 2014, Townsend was sentenced to three years in prison for assaulting two men and a woman outside a Prince George nightclub in 2013, but was sentenced to BC appeals in 2015. The court suspended his sentence for one year.

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