There was a fatal motorcycle accident Wednesday night (October 4, 2017) in the Uptown neighborhood on Chicago’s North Side.
Details on the accident appear limited at this time. The cause of the crash does not appear to be publicly disclosed.
According to Chicago Police, the accident happened in the 900 block of West Carmen Avenue at approximately 9:55 p.m.
The motorcyclist was pronounced dead after being taken to Advocate Illinois Masonic Medical Center.
Additional details and possible updates regarding this fatal Chicago motorcycle crash can be seen in a variety of media sources, including the Chicago Tribune article of October 5, 2017 titled “Man killed in North Side motorcycle crash” as well as the October 5 Chicago Sun-Times article titled “Police: Motorcyclist killed in Uptown crash.”
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