There was an Illinois motorcycle accident on Interstate 74 (I-74) in Moline on Sunday night, May 17, 2015.
The accident happened just before 7:00 p.m. on I-74 between Avenue of the Cities and the John Deere Expressway. The crash happened after the motorcycle, for a reason currently unknown, left the roadway.
The motorcycle and passenger were identified as Stephen “Stevie” Carlson, 36, and Tami Jo Carlson, 34, of Andulusia.
They were both taken to a local hospital, and then later airlifted to a Peoria hospital.
Additional details and possible updates can be seen in a variety of media sources, including the May 20, 2015 wqad.com article titled “Andalusia couple identified as victims of I-74 motorcycle crash” as well as the video found in this May 18 kwqc.com article.
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