Fatal Motorcycle Accident In Decatur, Illinois

There was a fatal Illinois motorcycle accident Saturday night (July 11, 2015) in Decatur.

Details on the accident, and especially its causes, appear limited at this time.

The accident happened at the Legion Drive and Fairview Avenue.

The motorcyclist was declared dead by the Macon County Coroner’s Office at 6:31 p.m., after being taken to St. Mary’s Hospital.

The motorcyclist was identified as Tobey Ashburn, 44, of Blue Mound.

Additional details and possible updates can be seen in a variety of media sources, including the July 12, 2015 wandtv.com article titled “Blue Mound Man Dies in Motorcycle Accident” as well as the July 13 newschannel20.com article (with video) titled “Man Dies In Decatur Car Crash.”


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