A Baconton, Ga. man is suing Ingles after his Harley Davidson motorcycle burned up at the Ingles gas pumps on Feb. 24, 2018. Zachary Gossett, 34, of Baconton had stopped at the Ingles Express pumps around 3:53 p.m on that date and the bike was soon fully engulfed in flames next to the gas pumps. Forsyth police officers Kianda Pritchett and David Asbell used fire extinguishers to put out the fire with the help of witnesses. Gossett said at the time he couldn’t say much about what happened until his insurance claim is resolved. In his lawsuit, Gossett said he’s seeking $5,030 for medical expenses and $3,360 for lost wages from the fire. Gossett is represented by Macon attorney David Dorer, who filed the suit Feb. 3, just before the two-year statute of limitations expired.
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