There was a fatal motorcycle accident Wednesday morning (May 27, 2015) in Knox County, Illinois.
Details on the causes of the motorcycle accident appear limited at this time.
The motorcycle accident happened on Knox Highway 10, west of Knox Road. According to police, the eastbound motorcyclist collided with a westbound van.
The motorcyclist, identified as Cecil Keller, was pronounced dead after being taken to Galesburg Hospital.
The driver of the van was treated for his accident injuries and released.
Additional details and possible updates concerning this Illinois fatal motorcycle accident can be seen in a variety of media sources, including the May 27, 2015 ourquadcities.com article (with video) titled “Motorcycle crash kills one” as well as the May 28 kwqc.com article titled “Fatal Motorcycle accident in Knox County.”
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