There was a fatal motorcycle crash Tuesday night (April 25, 2017) in Ogle County.
According to information provided by the The Ogle County Sheriff’s Office, the crash involved a single motorcycle riding along North Illinois Route 2. At around 8:30 p.m., while in the 8000 block of North Illinois Route 2, the motorcycle left the roadway, drove into a ditch, and hit a tree.
The motorcyclist, identified as William Wise Jr., 51, of Rockford, was pronounced dead at the accident scene.
The accident remains under investigation.
Additional details and possible updates concerning this fatal Illinois motorcycle accident can be seen in a variety of media sources, including the April 26, 2017 wifr.com article titled “Rockford man dies after motorcycle accident in Ogle County” as well as the April 26 wrex.com article titled “Rockford man dies in Ogle County motorcycle crash.”
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