There was a fatal motorcycle collision Saturday morning (February 11, 2017) in Randolph County.
Details on the accident are limited at this time. The cause of the crash does not appear to be publicly disclosed.
An excerpt from the Randolph County Herald Tribune article of February 11, 2017, titled “One dead in motorcycle accident“:
Randolph County Sheriff Shannon Wolff has confirmed that one man is deceased in Saturday’s accident at the intersection of Shawneetown Trail and Chester Road involving a white sedan and a motorcycle.
The accident reconstruction and investigation is being handled by the Illinois State Police and Randolph County Sheriff’s Office.
Additional details and possible updates regarding this fatal Southern Illinois motorcycle collision can be seen in a variety of media sources, including the Randolph County Herald Tribune article mentioned above.
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