There was a fatal Chicago Heights motorcycle accident Wednesday (July 11, 2018) evening.
Details on the accident appear limited at this time. It is unclear as to what caused the crash.
An excerpt regarding the crash, from the July 13, 2018 Chicago Sun-Times article titled “Motorcycle dies in Chicago Heights crash“:
Daniel Montiel, 35, of Chicago Heights was riding the motorcycle about 11:10 p.m. at 2515 Chicago Rd. when he crashed into a vehicle, according to the Cook County Medical Examiner’s Office.
Montiel was taken to Saint James Hospital, where he died within the hour, the medical examiner’s office said.
An autopsy revealed that Montiel died from accident injuries related to the crash.
Additional details and possible updates concerning this fatal Chicago Heights motorcycle accident can be seen in a variety of media sources, including the article mentioned above.
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