Kane County Motorcycle Wreck On Randall Road In St. Charles

Fatal St. Charles Motorcycle Crash

A fatal Kane County motorcycle wreck occurred on Monday (May 20, 2019) night. This fatal Kane County motorcycle wreck happened in St. Charles on Randall Road.

This Kane County motorcycle wreck is summarized in a variety of media sources, including the May 21, 2019 Kane County Connects post titled “Fatal Motorcycle Crash on Randall Road in St. Charles.” An excerpt:

An unidentified 28-year-old man was killed Monday night, when he lost control of his motorcycle and skidded into a raised median on Randall Road in St. Charles.

also:

According to a St. Charles Police Department news release, a 2006 Honda motorcycle being driven by a 28-year-old white male crashed shortly before 8:19 p.m. Monday in the 800 block of South Randall Road.

During the crash the motorcyclist was ejected from the motorcycle. The rider was declared dead at the accident scene. He was later identified as Ryan D. Hagan, 28, of Lake in the Hills.

This fatal Kane County motorcycle wreck remains under investigation.

Additional Details Regarding This Kane County Motorcycle Wreck

Additional details and possible updates concerning this St. Charles motorcycle crash can be seen in a variety of media sources, including the post mentioned above.

Many Kane County motorcycle accidents – including those that cause fatalities like the fatal St. Charles motorcycle crash summarized above – involve a motorcycle loss of control. These loss of control accidents have been frequent in 2018 and so far in 2019. As discussed on the “Motorcycle Loss Of Control Accidents” page, a rider can lose control of the motorcycle for many reasons. Among these reasons are those that involve the actions of the rider (such as riding at excessive speed or rider error.) Many other reasons are outside of the scope of the rider’s actions, such as dangerous road hazards that may cause the motorcycle to become unstable and crash. Other factors, such as a mechanical failure or a sudden tire blowout can also cause the motorcycle to crash. Due to the fact that many crashes caused by loss of motorcycle control occur at significant speeds, resulting rider injuries tend to be serious if not life-threatening in nature.

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