Kenosha Motorcycle Accident – According to the authorities, a collision between a car and a motorbike that occurred on Tuesday evening in Somers, Kenosha County, resulting in the death of the motorcyclist. According to a statement that was issued by the Kenosha County Sheriff’s Department, the accident took place at around 6:45 p.m. at the junction of CTH S and CTH H. There were two vehicles involved in the incident. An initial investigation found that a Harley Davidson motorcycle traveling westbound on CTH S collided with a Honda Accord traveling eastbound on CTH S. The collision occurred as the Honda Accord was attempting to turn onto CTH H.
After suffering some relatively minor injuries and being transferred there, the driver of the vehicle was treated at the hospital and then taken there. At the scene of the collision, the attending physician declared the motorcyclist who was operating the bike dead. It has been established that he is a guy by the name of Walter Hayek, who is now 33 years old and originates from the city of Mount Pleasant. The crash caused significant damage to both of the vehicles involved. The guy who was driving the car reportedly cooperated with the sheriff’s department throughout the investigation.
A second motorcyclist was injured, as stated by the authorities, after being struck by a piece of debris that was flung from the vehicle. When they were taken to the hospital by the first responders, they were only suffering from very minor injuries. Calling the Kenosha County Sheriff’s Department at the number (262) 605-5100 is strongly encouraged for any members of the general public who may have information on the crash.