According to information provided by the Illinois State Police (ISP) the crash happened on Longbridge Trail at Elm Trail, at 3:35 p.m.
An excerpt regarding the crash, from the sj-r.com article of July 26, 2017 titled “Two injured in motorcycle accident near Hillsboro“:
According to state police, the two were on a 2006 Suzuki motorcycle traveling eastbound on Longbridge Trail approaching Elm Trail, when they attempted to slow down for the T-intersection and lost control of the motorcycle.
The motorcyclist was identified as Larry Everett, 58, of Hillsboro. The passenger was identified as Rhonda Edwards, 51, of Nokomis. Both were flown to hospitals.
The accident investigation is being conducted by the ISP.
Additional details and possible updates can be seen in a variety of media sources, including the sj-r.com article mentioned above.
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