There was a fatal motorcycle accident early Friday (August 28, 2015) near Frankfort, Illinois.
Details on the motorcycle accident – especially its causes – appear limited at this time.
The accident happened at approximately 1:00 a.m., near Frankfort Square Road and Benton Drive.
The motorcyclist was identified as Laurence Mirabella, 47, of Frankfort.
His accident injuries included head trauma. He died from accident injuries early Saturday morning.
An excerpt from the August 29, 2015 Chicago Sun-Times article titled “Motorcyclist killed in crash near Frankfort“:
Will County sheriff’s officers are handling the investigation, but representatives could not immediately be reached for more details on the accident.
Additional details and possible updates can be seen in a variety of media sources, including the Chicago Sun-Times article mentioned above.
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