According to the Pike County Sheriff’s Office, the accident happened at County Road #7, about two miles north of Nebo.
The accident happened after a motorcycle, traveling south toward Nebo, left the roadway and flipped a number of times.
The motorcyclist, identified as Raymond Janisch, 59, of Elk Grove Village, was declared dead at the accident scene at 11:26 a.m.
This fatal motorcycle accident remains under investigation by the Pike County Sheriff’s Department and the Pike County Coroner’s Office.
Additional details and possible updates can be seen in a variety of media sources, including the July 4, 2015 wgem.com article titled “Fatal crash in Pike County, Illinois on Friday morning” as well as the myjournalcarrier.com article of July 4 titled “Man dies in Pike motorcycle accident.”
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