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Motorcycle Crash Leaves Two Injured

Motorcycle Crash Leaves Two Injured

A motorcycle and vehicle collision in Mahomet on March 30th has left two injured persons: the driver and passenger of the motorcycle. The collision occurred when the motorcycle illegally attempted to pass the vehicle at an intersection.

According to Illinois State Police, the collision occurred on U.S. 150 at Champaign County Road 125 E, west of Mahomet around 7:08 p.m. The driver of the motorcycle, a Bloomington resident, was heading west on U.S. 150. The driver in the motor vehicle, a Mahomet resident, was driving shortly in front of him,

As the driver of the car was turning his vehicle left onto 125 E, the motorcycle tried to pass him, causing the collision. Once the motorcycle and vehicle collided, both the cyclist and his passenger, a Mansfield resident, were thrown off the motorcycle and taken to a hospital to treat their non-life-threatening injuries.

Motorcycle and passenger vehicle collisions, such as the recent one in Mahomet, show how important it is for drivers to exercise caution on the roadways. Drivers must obey traffic laws and be aware of other vehicles on the roadways. Adhering to driving laws and driving safely can help reduce the number of injuries suffered as a result of vehicle collisions.

If you or a loved one have been injured in a motorcycle or motor vehicle collision that was caused by another driver, contact the attorneys at Spiros Law, P.C. Our attorneys are experienced in handling vehicle collisions that have resulted in injury. At Spiros, we are committed to standing up for our clients and ensuring that they receive the best possible representation.

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