According to the Illinois State Police (ISP), the motorcycle accident happened at approximately 11:15 p.m. as a motorcycle was traveling westbound. At that time, at mile post 25.3 (near the Edens Spur) the motorcyclist lost control, veered left, and hit the median wall.
The motorcyclist was killed during the crash.
According to the Cook County Medical Examiner’s Office, the motorcycle was identified as Eduardo Quevedo-Alcala, 33, of Mundelein.
This fatal motorcycle accident remains under investigation.
Additional details and possible updates can be seen in a variety of media sources, including the July 13, 2015 Daily Herald article titled “Mundelein man killed in I-94 motorcycle crash” as well as the July 13 Chicago Sun-Times article titled “Motorcyclist killed in I-94 crash near Deerfield.”
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