A motorcyclist collided with a deer in Macon County, Illinois.
The fatal collision happened near Argenta Road and Hampshire Road.
According to the Macon County Sheriff’s Office, the motorcyclist was identified as Ricky Hoffman, 55, of Maroa. He died at the accident scene.
An excerpt from the August 12, 2015 wandtv.com article titled “Maroa Man Dies In Motorcycle Accident” regarding the investigation by the Macon County Sheriff’s Office:
Their investigation reveals Hoffman was riding his 2000 Honda motorcycle when he struck a deer. The impact caused Hoffman to leave the roadway into a wooded area. He was wearing a helmet at the time of the accident.
Additional details and possible updates concerning this fatal Illinois motorcycle accident can be seen in a variety of media sources, including the wandtv.com article mentioned above as well as the August 12 nowdecatur.com article titled “Man dies from motorcycle injury following collision with deer.”
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