More than 100 participate in Ride Against Opioids

Associated Press
Saturday, August 19, 2017

More than 100 people participated in a charitable motorcycle ride to help fight New Hampshire’s opioid crisis.

WMUR reported the Ride Against Opioids on Saturday in Brentwood was held in memory of Taylor Rose Nelson and Austin Anderson, who were killed in a car crash last year.

Organizers say 140 motorcycles were registered for the event.

Proceeds will benefit the Austin17 House, a place for people to build life skills and avoid becoming a victim of the drug crisis.