East Main Street Motorcycle Crash Leads To Rider Fatality

An East Main Street motorcycle crash occurred in St. Charles on Saturday (June 8, 2019) evening. This East Main Street motorcycle crash led to the death of the rider.

An excerpt from the June 9, 2019 Batavia Patch article titled “1 Dead in St. Charles Motorcycle Crash“:

A 49-year-old St. Charles man is dead following a motorcycle crash in downtown St. Charles Saturday evening. The St. Charles Police and Fire departments responded to the 2500 block of E. Main Street at 5:44 p.m. for the crash. A 2002 Suzuki motorcycle, driven by Gustavo Sanchez Pineda, was westbound on East Main Street when the motorcycle hit a vehicle that was stopped and waiting to make a left hand turn, according to a news release from the St. Charles Poluce Department.

Pineda was ejected from the motorcycle during the collision.

Pineda was taken to Northwestern Medicine Delnor Hospital in Geneva for treatment of his accident injuries. He later died.

This East Main Street motorcycle crash remains under investigation.

Additional details and possible updates concerning this St. Charles fatal motorcycle accident can be seen in a variety of media sources, including the article mentioned above as well as the June 8 Daily Herald article titled “St. Charles man dies after motorcycle crash.”

As discussed on the “Motorcycle Crashes Involving Motorcyclist Ejections” page, crashes involving ejections often lead to serious injuries. As discussed, there are many reasons for this, including that most ejections occur when the bike is traveling at significant or higher speeds. Among the common types of injuries sustained during such ejections are various blunt force trauma injuries to the torso and head. Traumatic injuries to these areas often led to serious injuries, and in many cases life-threatening injuries.

The page mentioned above also discusses ways to avoid motorcycle accidents that can lead to the rider being ejected. As well, there are ways to mitigate injuries sustained during an ejection, should an ejection occur.

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