A Moline motorcycle accident on October 8, 2018 led to fatal accident injuries. This motorcycle accident appears to have involved a motorcycle loss of control, which has been a common occurrence as seen in year 2018 fatal Illinois motorcycle crashes.
According to the October 12, 2018 qconline.com article titled “Davenport man injured in Monday motorcycle accident dies,” this Moline motorcycle accident happened at approximately 7:20 p.m. Monday (October 8) evening, and apparently involved a motorcycle loss of control that occurred for a currently undisclosed reason. The accident happened as the motorcyclist, identified as Kyle T. DeCoster, 34, of Davenport, was riding southbound in the 4900 block of 7th Street in Moline.
During the accident his motorcycle left the roadway and struck a mailbox.
DeCoster died from his accident injuries Friday (October 12, 2018) at a Peoria hospital.
Additional details and possible updates concerning this Moline motorcycle accident can be seen in a variety of media sources, including the article mentioned above as well as the October 12 wqad.com article titled “Motorcyclist dies after being thrown from bike.”
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