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Shown is Brandon Lehr inside his home in Mayfield on Friday. Lehr was escorted home from St. Mary's Hospital by members of the Leatherheads motorcycle group and members of the Mayfield Volunteer Fire Department. (The Leader-Herald/Briana O'Hara)
Brandon Lehr is shown arriving home after being in the hospital for about a month after being in a motorcycle accident with his girlfriend Rachel Ortega. While on the motorcycle, the couple had been hit by a drunk driver, causing them to suffer severe injuries and undergoing mutiple surgeries. (The Leader-Herald/Briana O'Hara)
Members of the Leatherheads escorted Brandon Lehr home from St. Mary's Hospital on Friday. Lehr and his girlfriend Rachel Ortega had been seriously injured in a motorcycle accident after being hit by a drunk driver in June. ((The Leader-Herald/Briana O'Hara)
Longtime volunteer of the Mayfield Volunteer Fire and captain of the Gloversville Fire Department, Brandon Lehr, who was one of two people critically injured in a motorcycle accident was escorted home from St. Mary's Hospital on Friday by members of the Mayfield Volunteer Fire Department, the Leatherheads, state police and more. His girlfriend Rachel Ortega who was also critically injured had already been released from the hospital but has since gone back for physical therapy. (The Leader-Herald/Briana O'Hara)

Longtime volunteer of the Mayfield Volunteer Fire and captain of the Gloversville Fire Department, Brandon Lehr, who was one of two people critically injured in a motorcycle accident was escorted home from St. Mary’s Hospital on Friday by members of the Mayfield Volunteer Fire Department, the Leatherheads, state police and more. His girlfriend Rachel Ortega who was also critically injured had already been released from the hospital but has since gone back for physical therapy.

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