Naperville Motorcycle Collision Near Washington Street and Royce Road

On Monday (July 26, 2021) afternoon there was a Naperville motorcycle collision. This Naperville motorcycle collision occurred near Washington Street and Royce Road. The accident involved the motorcycle and a Dodge Durango.

An excerpt from the Naperville Patch article of July 26, 2021 titled “Motorcyclist Killed In Crash Near Washington, Royce In Naperville“:

Police were called to the scene just after 3:30 p.m. for a report that a 2007 black Honda motorcycle had been in a crash with a 2001 silver Dodge Durango being driven by a 54-year-old Bolingbrook woman. The motorcyclist, who was seriously injured in the crash, was rushed to Edward Hospital and pronounced dead shortly after his arrival.

According to a preliminary investigation, police say the motorcycle driver was heading north in the left through lane of Washington Street as the Durango driver, who was heading south on Washington Street, turned east onto Royce Road. The vehicles crashed after they entered the intersection, according to police.

This Naperville motorcycle collision is under investigation by the Naperville Police Department’s traffic unit. Those who may have information regarding the crash are asked to contact the Naperville Police Department’s traffic unit at 630-305-5477.

Additional details and possible updates concerning this DuPage County motorcycle accident can be seen in a variety of media sources, including the article mentioned above.

Collisions involving motorcyclists and turning vehicles remain one of the most common types of motorcycle accidents. These crashes usually involve a vehicle making a left-hand turn immediately in front of an oncoming motorcycle. If a collision occurs, the force of the collision often results in the motorcyclist (and if applicable, passenger) being seriously hurt. Often, the injuries are life-threatening in nature and results in a fatality.

While there can be many reasons as to why this type of collision occurs, motorists involved in these types of collisions often say that they “didn’t see the motorcycle.”

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