Route 59 Motorcycle Crash Near Meridian Parkway In Aurora

Kane County Motorcycle Crash In Aurora

A Route 59 motorcycle crash happened in Aurora on Saturday (May 18, 2019) night. Details concerning this Aurora motorcycle crash appear to be limited at this time.

According to police, this Kane County crash happened on Route 59 near Meridian Parkway.

An excerpt regarding this Route 59 motorcycle crash, from the May 18, 2019 Daily Herald article titled “Aurora motorcycle crash causes lane closures on Route 59“:

A motorcyclist hit a pole in a crash that did not appear to be fatal, according to tweets from the Aurora Police Department. The accident shut down southbound traffic on Route 59 at North Aurora Road and northbound traffic on Route 59 at Liberty Street/Jefferson Avenue, police said.

The reason for this Route 59 motorcycle crash does not appear to be publicly available at this time. The accident remains under investigation.

Additional Details Regarding This Route 59 Motorcycle Crash

Additional details regarding this Kane County motorcycle crash can be seen in various media sources, including the article mentioned above.

A common cause of single-vehicle motorcycle wrecks that involve the motorcycle crashing into a fixed object or the motorcyclist being ejected from the bike is loss of motorcycle control. As discussed on the “Motorcycle Accident Injuries And Fatalities That Occur In Kane County” page, there can be many reasons as to why a motorcyclist loses control of the bike. While some of these reasons, such as rider error, are the fault of the motorcycle rider, other reasons are beyond the rider’s control. Among these issues that may be outside the rider’s control are sudden, unexpected road hazards, such as road debris that when hit by a motorcycle can cause instability that leads to a crash.

Motorcycle loss of control remains a leading cause of Illinois motorcycle crashes that cause injury, including those that lead to the death of the motorcyclist. Accident injuries are often serious in nature, i.e. those that lead to (extensive) hospitalization and, for those that are non-fatal in nature, possible temporary and permanent impairments.

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