There was a fatal motorcycle accident Saturday afternoon (June 27, 2015) in Cicero, Illinois.
Details on the accident – and specifically its causes – appear limited at this time.
According to Cicero Police, the accident happened at approximately 4:30 p.m., near the intersection of Ogden Avenue and 51st Court.
As a result of the crash, both the motorcyclist and passenger were killed.
They were identified by the Cook County Medical Examiner’s Office as Bobby L. Donaldson, 33, of Lyons, and Amanda Damarisandino, 26, of Chicago.
Additional details and possible updates concerning this fatal Illinois motorcycle crash can be seen in a variety of media sources, including the June 28, 2015 Chicago Sun-Times article titled “Man, woman killed in Cicero motorcycle crash” as well as the June 28 CBS Chicago article titled “Police: Man, Woman Killed In Cicero Motorcycle Crash.”
Should you or someone you care for experience a motorcycle accident injury or fatality in Illinois, please contact the Elman Law Group for a free consultation to discuss the legal situation and to determine whether a personal injury lawsuit should be filed. Elman Law Group LLC (ElmanLaw.com) is an Illinois personal injury law firm that concentrates in Illinois personal injury and wrongful death cases involving vehicle accidents (car, motorcycle, bike, bus, pedestrian, truck, etc.)
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