Bolingbrook Fatal Motorcycle Accident On Boughton Road

A Bolingbrook fatal motorcycle accident occurred on Wednesday (April 17, 2019) afternoon. This Bolingbrook fatal motorcycle accident happened on Boughton Road near Weber Road, in the 1100 block of Boughton.

Details on the accident appear limited at this time.

At the time of the accident, the motorcycle was traveling east when the motorcycle collided with another vehicle.

The motorcyclist, who was pronounced dead at the accident scene at 4:13 p.m., was identified by the Will County Coroner’s Office as Francis B. Avanzado, of Willowbrook.

An excerpt concerning this Bolingbrook fatal motorcycle accident, from the April 18, 2019 Naperville Sun article titled “Bolingbrook police chase…” quoting Bolingbrook Police Lt. Anthony Columbus:

It is believed the motorcyclist struck the side of the car, Columbus said.

An autopsy found Avanzado’s preliminary cause of death was multiple injuries due to motorcycle collision, the coroner’s office said.

A person in the vehicle struck by the motorcycle was treated and released for minor injuries, Columbus said.

The accident investigation is continuing.

Additional information and possible updates can be seen in a variety of media sources, including the article mentioned above.

As seen in the Will County motorcycle accidents that are summarized on this site, many have resulted in serious accident injuries, and in some cases fatalities, to the motorcyclist and/or motorcycle passenger. While there are many reasons for these accidents, one main reason is loss of control of the motorcycle. These loss of motorcycle control crashes can happen for a number of reasons. While some loss of control issues are the fault of the motorcycle rider, other loss of control problems can be caused by factors outside of the rider’s control. As an example, a road hazard can cause the motorcycle to lose stability that can result in a crash. While there are many types of road hazards, one type of road hazard is a foreign object on the roadway. Often, these objects may be cargo that has fallen from another vehicle, or road debris such as a discarded tire tread from a semi truck.