There was an Illinois motorcycle collision involving a motorcycle colliding with a car Friday (August 21, 2015) in Vermilion County.
The accident happened on Perrysville Road near the entrance to the Lynch Fire Department. The accident happened at approximately 6:07 p.m., as an eastbound car attempted to turn into a private drive, and in doing so allegedly turned into the path of a westbound motorcycle.
The motorcyclist was identified as Terry W. Davis, 45, of Danville. He was pronounced dead at the accident scene at 7:00 p.m.
There was also a passenger on the motorcycle.
Additional details and possible updates can be seen in a variety of media sources, including the August 22, 2015 The News-Gazette article titled “Danville motorcyclist dies after collision with car” as well as the August 22 wandtv.com article titled “Man Dead in Fatal Motorcycle-Car Collision.”
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