Motorcyclist Killed In Geneva, Illinois During Memorial Day Accident

On Memorial Day (May 28) there was a fatal motorcycle accident in Geneva, Illinois.

John M. Broderick III, 23, of St. Charles, was the motorcyclist killed during the course of the accident.

Details concerning the accident appear limited; the investigation is ongoing.  However, it is being widely reported that Broderick’s motorcycle collided with the rear of an SUV driven by Valerie E. Andrea, 63, of Bartlett.

According to the Geneva Police Department, the accident happened at approximately 6:42 p.m. near the intersection of Randall Road and Gleneagle Drive.

Additional details and possible updates can be seen in a variety of media sources including the May 29 Geneva Patch story titled “Memorial Day Motorcycle Crash Victim Identified as John M. Broderick III, 23, of St. Charles,” as well as the May 29 The Aurora Beacon News article titled “Police ID motorcyclist killed in Geneva Crash.”


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