Mokena, IL — Local news reports have identified the motorcycle driver who was killed on I-80 early Monday morning, July 15, 2013. Police said that Todd Zarebski-Tracy, 32, and his female passenger, 23, were both killed when the motorcycle Zarebski-Tracy was driving crashed into an 18-wheeler along I-80.
According to the news reports, Zarebski-Tracy was head west along the interstate at about 2:00 a.m. and was about 1 mile away from LaGrange Road when he was involved in an accident with a dump truck. The details of the wreck were not given, but the impact from the collision left both Zarebski-Tracy and his female passenger dead at the scene.
The dump truck’s driver was not injured, but the accident started a fire and required emergency workers to put it out. Further investigation will continue today and tomorrow.
Scene of the Accident
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