Chicago Expressway Motorcycle Accident Injures Motorcyclist

There was a Chicago expressway motorcycle accident Monday (May 28, 2018) on a ramp from the Dan Ryan Expressway to the Stevenson Expressway.

Details on the accident appear limited at this time.  The cause of the motorcycle crash does not appear to be publicly available.

The accident is discussed in the May 28, 2018 article titled “Northbound express lanes on Dan Ryan Expressway reopen after accident.”

It is being reported that the motorcyclist was injured, and the injuries were considered to be non-life-threatening in nature.

Additional details and possible updates concerning this Chicago expressway motorcycle accident can be seen in a variety of media sources, including the article mentioned above.


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