There was a motorcycle crash Sunday evening (March 19, 2017) on Route 64 near Lily Lake.
This motorcycle accident – which involved an apparent loss of motorcycle control for an unspecified reason – is discussed in the Daily Herald article of March 19 titled “Motorcyclist injured in crash into sign near Lily Lake.” An excerpt, quoting Kane County sheriff’s Lt. Pat Gengler:
The motorcycle was traveling west on Route 64 about 5:15 p.m. when it left the road for an unknown reason and hit the sign, he said. The crash occurred west of Woolery Road.
The motorcyclist, identified only as a man in his 50s, was taken to Delnor Hospital for treatment of accident injuries, which were considered to be potentially life-threatening in nature.
Additional details regarding this Illinois motorcycle crash can be seen in a variety of media sources, including the Daily Herald article mentioned above.
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