Motorcycle Accident In Urbana, Illinois

There was a motorcycle accident Saturday (May 2, 2015) involving a collision between a motorcycle and SUV in Urbana.

According to the Illinois State Police (ISP) the accident happened on U.S. 150 at Cottonwood Road in Urbana.  The accident involved the SUV turning north in front of the motorcycle.

An excerpt from the May 2, 2015 News-Gazette article titled “SUV and motorcycle crash east of Urbana“:

The driver of the SUV was Janet Rawdin, 59, of Urbana. She was ticketed for failure to yield turning left.

The motorcyclist, identified as Daniel G. Allen, 59, of Champaign, was taken to a hospital for treatment of his accident injuries.
Additional details and possible updates concerning this Illinois motorcycle accident can be seen in a variety of media sources including the News-Gazette article mentioned above.

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