Stanislav Chubchev Death – On May 16, in the afternoon, a man from Montgomery who was 33 years old and operating a motorbike passed away as a result of injuries he received when the motorcycle he was riding collided with the side of a motor vehicle on Orchard Road in Montgomery. Stanislav Chubchev, the biker, was taken to Rush Copley Medical Center in Aurora after the accident and was subsequently pronounced dead there from his injuries, according to a statement released by the Montgomery police.
The collision took place at 1:54 p.m. when Chubchev’s motorbike, which was traveling northbound on Orchard Road, collided with the driver’s side of the car as it was attempting to turn left from Countryside Drive into the southbound lane on Orchard Road. The motorcycle was traveling on Orchard Road. The driver of the car has been described by the authorities as providing complete cooperation to their inquiry into the collision.
Stanislav Chubchev Obituary and funeral plans will be released by the family…
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A motorbike collision involving a truck that occurred on Wednesday in Montgomery County resulted in the death of a guy from Carlinville. At 5:40 p.m., Ronald C. Schaaff, 49, of Carlinville was riding a red 2008 Yamaha motorbike westbound on Illinois Route 108 at East 2nd Road in Montgomery County. He was following two other vehicles. Harold K. Schmidt, 57 years old, of Carlinville, was the driver of the lead vehicle. He was hauling a box trailer with a blue 2013 Dodge truck that he was driving.
While Schmidt was making a left turn onto East 2nd Road, Schaaff was able to get around the vehicle in the middle. A collision occurred when Schaaff collided with the back of the box trailer that Schmidt was pulling. Schaaff was thrown from the vehicle, and the Montgomery County Coroner pronounced him dead at the scene of the accident. Schmidt stated that he did not sustain any injuries as a result of the collision. The closure of Illinois Route 108 lasted for close to four hours. The investigation is still taking on at this time.
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