Fatal McHenry County Motorcycle Collision
There was a fatal Woodstock motorcycle collision Saturday (July 25, 2020.) This fatal Woodstock motorcycle collision occurred after the driver of a pickup truck allegedly failed to yield at a stop intersection.
First responders, including the Woodstock Fire/Rescue District and Woodstock Police Department, began to go the accident scene near Route 14 & Route 47 at 11:50 a.m.
This fatal Woodstock motorcycle collision is discussed in a variety of media sources, including the July 25, 2020 Lake & McHenry County Scanner article titled “Driver of pickup truck charged after fatally hitting motorcyclist in Woodstock.” The July 27 Daily Herald article titled “Algonquin man dies after truck versus motorcycle crash in Woodstock” also discusses the accident.
Two excerpts from the Daily Herald article:
Officers found a white Ford F-150, driven by 59-year-old Glen R. Lillund of Fox River Grove, and a Harley Davidson motorcycle driven by a 56-year-old man from Algonquin, the Woodstock Police Department said.
Video surveillance was obtained from the Exxon gas station at 2025 S. Eastwood Dr. Based upon the on-scene investigation, Lillund was issued traffic citations for failure to yield at a stop intersection and expired driver’s license, less than six months.
The motorcyclist was flown to Advocate Condell Medical Center in Libertyville, where he was subsequently pronounced dead.
The accident investigation of this fatal Woodstock motorcycle collision continues. The McHenry County Major Crash Assistance Team (MCAT) is assisting in the accident investigation.
Additional Details Regarding This Fatal Woodstock Motorcycle Collision
Additional details and possible updates can be seen in the articles mentioned above.
On this site there have been many motorcycle accidents summarized in which the motorcyclist was injured or killed due to the negligence of motorists. Following these incidents, the injured motorcyclist often seeks to collect accident compensation through the filing of a personal injury lawsuit. In fatal motorcycle accidents, relevant parties can file a wrongful death lawsuit on behalf of the decedent.
Recently, the Elman Joseph Law Group has settled a Will County motorcycle accident lawsuit for $209,000. In that accident, a motorcyclist was injured following the alleged negligence of a motorist. That accident and lawsuit settlement is discussed in the “Settlement Of $209,000 For Motorcycle Accident Lawsuit” post.