There was a fatal motorcycle crash Sunday night (October 8, 2017) in Bellwood.
Details on the accident appear limited at this time.
The crash involved a collision between the motorcycle and a Pace bus, which at the time of the accident was out of service.
An excerpt regarding the crash, from the Chicago Sun-Times article of October 9, 2017 titled “Motorcyclist killed in crash with Pace bus in Bellwood“:
The crash happened at 7:29 p.m. at Mannheim and Frontage roads, according to Bellwood Police Chief Jiminez Allen.
The motorcyclist, 60-year-old Richard J. Robins of Forest Park, was pronounced dead at the scene, Allen said.
As part of the accident investigation the Illinois State Police are conducting an accident reconstruction.
Additional details regarding this fatal Cook County accident can be seen in a variety of media sources, including the article mentioned above.
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