There was a motorcycle accident on Interstate 255 (I-255) near Dupo on Thursday morning, June 25, 2015.
According to the Illinois State Police, the accident happened just before 7:00 a.m. when a motorcyclist “rear-ended” a pickup truck.
The motorcyclist, identified as a 33-year-old man from Columbia, was flown to a hospital with injuries that were considered to be life-threatening in nature, including what may have been a head injury.
Additional details and possible updates concerning this Illinois motorcycle accident can be seen in a variety of media sources, including the June 25, 2015 bnd.com article titled “Southbound lanes of I-255 reopen after motorcycle crash” as well as the June 25 stltoday.com article titled “Man flown to hospital after motorcycle crash on Interstate 255.”
Should you or someone you care for experience a motorcycle accident injury or fatality in Illinois, please contact the Elman Joseph Law Group for a free consultation to discuss the legal situation and to determine whether a personal injury lawsuit should be filed. Elman Joseph Law Group, LLC (ElmanLaw.com) is an Illinois personal injury law firm that concentrates in Illinois personal injury and wrongful death cases involving vehicle accidents (car, motorcycle, bike, bus, pedestrian, truck, etc.)
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