Kane County Fatal Motorcycle Accident
On Monday (September 7, 2020) there was an Aurora fatal motorcycle collision. This Aurora fatal motorcycle collision that occurred on Liberty Street involved a Suzuki motorcycle and SUV.
This Aurora fatal motorcycle collision is discussed in the Kane County Connects article of September 8, 2020 titled “Police Investigating Fatal Motorcycle-Vs.-SUV Crash On Aurora’s East Side.” An excerpt:
At approximately 5:12 p.m. Monday, the Aurora Police Department’s 911 center received reports of a head-on crash involving a motorcycle in the 700 block of Liberty Street.
According to an APD news release, Aurora police officers and the Aurora Fire Department arrived on scene and began to render aid to the injured motorcycle rider.
Officers determined the motorcycle, a 2000 Suzuki, was traveling west on Liberty Street at a high rate of speed when it collided head-on with a 1996 Chevy Tahoe which was traveling east.
Aurora Fire Department medics attempted to perform lifesaving measures and transported the motorcycle driver to Rush Copley Medical Center.
The driver of the motorcycle, a 20-year-old Aurora man, did not survive and was pronounced deceased at the hospital.
The accident remains under investigation. Those with information concerning the crash are asked to contact the Aurora Police Department’s Traffic Division at 630-256-5330 or call Crime Stoppers at 630-892-1000, which can be used to report information anonymously.
Additional Details Regarding This Aurora Fatal Motorcycle Collision
Additional details and possible updates concerning this Aurora fatal motorcycle collision can be seen in a variety of media sources, including the article mentioned above.
Riding a motorcycle at excessive speed carries many risks. Not only does such riding make getting into an accident more likely, it also increases the likelihood that any injuries resulting from such an accident will be of greater severity.
There are many other “high risk” riding behaviors besides speeding that can jeopardize motorcycle riding safety. These various behaviors are further discussed on the “Motorcycle Accident Injuries And Fatalities That Occur In Kane County” page.
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