According to the Lake County (IN) Coroner’s Office and the Illinois State Police (ISP) the motorcycle crash happened near mile marker 167.75, as the motorcyclist was heading westbound. At approximately 7:00 p.m., the motorcyclist lost control and crashed.
An exerpt from the nwitimes.com article of September 23, 2016, titled “Hammond man dies after motorcycle crash on I-80“:
Wieslaw Bieszczad, 52, was riding a motorcycle west at a high rate of speed about 7 p.m. when he lost control and crashed, Illinois State Police said. No other vehicles were involved.
A traffic accident investigation continues.
Additional details regarding this fatal Illinois motorcycle crash can be seen in a variety of media sources, including the nwitimes.com article mentioned above, as well as the September 23 Chicago Sun-Times article titled “Motorcyclist killed in I-80 crash in Lansing.”
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