There was a motorcycle accident on Lake Shore Drive late Tuesday night, November 28, 2017. The accident happened on Chicago’s South Side.
Details regarding the cause of the crash appear to be limited at this time.
An excerpt from the Chicago Sun-Times article of November 29, 2017, titled “Motorcyclist critically injured in Lake Shore Drive crash“:
The single-vehicle crash happened shortly before midnight in the southbound lanes of Lake Shore Drive near 16th Street, according to Chicago Fire Department Cmdr. Walter Schroeder.
The motorcyclist was taken to Northwest Memorial Hospital in serious-to-critical condition.
Additional details and possible updates concerning this Chicago motorcycle accident can be seen in the article mentioned above as well as the November 29 CBS Chicago article (with video) titled “Motorcyclist Critically Injured In Lake Shore Drive Crash.”
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