There was a motorcycle accident Sunday afternoon (April 24, 2016) in LaSalle County.
The accident is discussed in the NewsTribune article of April 24, 2016, titled “Oglesby medic called after motorcycle-pickup crash.”
An excerpt from the article:
Thomas J. Sullivan, 60, of Pontiac was eastbound on a motorcycle on North 2401st Road following behind Justin M. Parks, 18, of Streator when Parks started to turn into the driveway at 825 N2401st and his pickup was struck in the rear by Sullivan’s motorcycle.
Parks, Sullivan, and Sullivan’s passenger were all injured, with Sullivan and his passenger taken to a local hospital for treatment of their motorcycle accident injuries.
Additional details and possible updates can be seen in a variety of media sources, including the NewsTribune article mentioned above.
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