Details on the fatal collision are somewhat limited, especially regarding the cause of the accident.
According to Waukegan Police, the accident happened at Jackson Street and Glen Rock Avenue. Two cars and a motorcycle were involved.
The motorcyclist, later identified as Anthony Young, 17, of Zion, died following the accident.
An excerpt from the October 11, 2015 Daily Herald article titled “Motorcyclist killed in 3-vehicle Waukegan crash,” quoting Waukegan Police Cmdr. Joe Florip:
Police did not and don’t expect to issue any citations to the other drivers involved, Florip said.
Additional details and possible updates can be seen in a variety of media sources, including the Daily Herald article above, as well as the October 12 Grayslake Patch article titled “Lake County Teen Killed in Motorcycle Crash.”
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