• February 21, 2017

Charlie Chelf Killed in Accident in Muscatine, IA

Muscatine, IA -- A motorcycle crash in Muscatine, Iowa took the life of 58-year-old Charlie Chelf Saturday, February 18, 2017.

The incident took place on Eisley's Hill about 8:10 p.m.

The details of the incident are sparse. It is unclear at this time if more than one vehicle was involved in the incident. The report claims one person, 58-year-old Mr. Chelf, was transported by air to UIHC with undisclosed injuries. Though, officials say the man later died from his injuries.

At the time of the press release, authorities had yet to determine a cause.

The official investigation into the deadly incident is currently underway.

There was no further information made available by the report.

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