Fatal Kane County Motorcycle Accident
There was a fatal Illinois motorcycle accident Saturday evening (April 15, 2017) in Batavia.
According to information provided by the Batavia Police Department, police officers went to the accident scene at approximately 5:25 p.m. The crash happened in the 1200 block of Wind Energy Pass, and involved a motorcycle with a passenger and another vehicle.
The cause of this fatal motorcycle crash does not appear to be publicly disclosed at this time.
The rider of the motorcycle was pronounced dead at the accident scene. The passenger, identified only as female, was airlifted to Good Samaritan Hospital in Downers Grove for treatment of her accident injuries. She was listed in critical condition.
The accident investigation is being conducted by the Kane County Sheriff’s Office and the the Kane County Accident Reconstruction Team.
Additional Details Regarding This Fatal Kane County Motorcycle Accident
Additional details and possible updates concerning this fatal motorcycle accident can be seen in a variety of media sources, including the April 16, 2017 Chicago Sun-Times article titled “Police: Man killed, woman injured in Batavia motorcycle crash” as well as the April 16 Batavia Patch article titled “Crash Victim Initially Believed Dead is Still Alive: Police.”
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