Fatal Motorcycle Crash In Jo Daviess County

There was a fatal Illinois motorcycle accident on Sunday afternoon (September 6, 2015) in Jo Daviess County.

According to county officials, the accident happened at approximately 3:45 p.m., as a motorcyclist was riding north on South Derinda Road.  At that time, the motorcycle veered off of the roadway and crashed into a ditch.

The motorcyclist, Henry G. Badker, 58, of Rockford, died after being transported from the accident scene.

This fatal crash remains under investigation.

Additional details and possible updates can be seen in a variety of media sources, including the September 8, 2015 wrex.com article titled “Rockford man killed in motorcycle crash” as well as the September 7 wifr.com article titled “Fatal Motorcycle Accident in Jo Daviess County.”


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