There was a fatal motorcycle accident Saturday (March 11, 2017) in Mount Zion.
According to the Macon County Sheriff’s Office, the deceased motorcyclist was discovered at about 1:30 p.m. on Saturday. The reasons for the fatal crash is under investigation.
An excerpt from the wandtv.com article of March 12, 2017, titled “Coroner’s office releases name of man involved in Saturday fatal crash“:
Chief Deputy Coroner Dee Coventry says Austin Ray, 20, died as a result of the crash, which happened near the area of Turpin Road and Elwin Blacktop. Coventry says the cause of death was massive head trauma after coming in contact with a bank of trees and into a creek.
Additional details and possible updates concerning this fatal Illinois motorcycle crash can be seen in a variety of media sources, including the wandtv.com article mentioned above as well as the March 12 Herald & Review article titled “Victim identified in fatal motorcycle crash.”
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