Kane County Loss Of Motorcycle Control Accident
There was a fatal unincorporated Aurora Township motorcycle crash early Thursday (August 23, 2018) morning. As has often been the case in 2018, this fatal Illinois motorcycle crash involved a loss of motorcycle control. The reason for that loss of control occurred for a presently-unknown reason.
According to the Kane County Sheriff’s Office, a preliminary accident investigation determined that this fatal Aurora Township motorcycle crash occurred as the motorcyclist, identified as Austin Willmann, 26, of Aurora, was riding a Harley-Davidson motorcycle eastbound on Jericho Road. At 12:46 a.m., east of Whitlock Avenue, the motorcycle went off the north side of the roadway.
Willman was found near the motorcycle and taken to an Aurora hospital, where he was pronounced dead.
At the time of the accident he was not wearing a motorcycle helmet.
Additional Details Regarding This Fatal Unincorporated Aurora Township Motorcycle Crash
Additional details and possible updates concerning this fatal unincorporated Aurora Township motorcycle crash can be seen in a variety of media sources, including the August 23, 2018 Chicago Sun-Times article titled “Man killed in Aurora Township motorcycle crash” as well as the August 23 Beacon-News article titled “Aurora man dies in motorcycle crash.”
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