UPDATE: 1 dead in pedestrian-motorcycle crash

Motorcycle involved in crash with pedestrian wound up in a ditch off Veterans Parkway in...
Motorcycle involved in crash with pedestrian wound up in a ditch off Veterans Parkway in Bloomington(25 News Now/Heart of Illinois ABC)
Published: Sep. 2, 2022 at 10:59 PM CDT
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UPDATE (12:30 a.m.) - Pedestrian dies from injuries in a crash with a motorcyclist in the northbound lanes of Veterans Parkway, between East Empire and Eastland Drive, Bloomington Police and the McLean County Coroner’s Office said late Friday night.

The pedestrian, whose name is not being released, was pronounced dead at nearby OSF St. Joseph Medical Center. Police said the motorcyclist suffered serious injuries and is being treated at a local hospital.

Police said they’re still investigating the circumstances surrounding the crash, and there have been no arrests.

The coroner’s office is planning an autopsy.

Anyone with information is asked to call Bloomington Police at 309-820-8888.

Police said in a statement that people wishing to remain anonymous can also provide information.

If you wish to submit a tip and remain anonymous, please contact the Crime & Intelligence Analysis Unit (CIAU) at (309)-434-2963 or email CIAU@cityblm.org. The CIAU office is staffed from 8am-4:30pm, weekdays.

If no one is available to answer your call, please leave the information on the voicemail or send it by e-mail.

BLOOMINGTON (25 News Now) - A motorcyclist struck a pedestrian Friday night on Bloomington’s busiest roadway sending both of them to a local hospital with serious injuries.

The crash happened shortly before 9:30 p.m. on northbound Veterans Parkway, between East Empire Street and Eastland Drive.

Bloomington Police said at least one of the victims suffered life-threatening injuries. The motorcycle came to rest in a ditch near Olive Garden Italian Restaurant.

Police closed Veterans Parkway, between Empire and Eastland Drive to investigate what happened. Police said an accident reconstructionist was called to the scene.

This story will be updated