According to NewsTrib.com, Nora Fenza, a passenger on a motorcycle, was killed in a crash with a car at the intersection of Peru and Main Streets in Princeton on Sunday evening.
The accident happened at approximately 4:00 PM, when first responders were dispatched to the location. They found upon arrival that a Ford Mustang had been in a collision with a motorcycle.
The fatality, Fenza, was a resident of Oglesby. She was received by Perry Memorial Hospital where she was declared as deceased. The name of the motorcycle driver has not been released. The driver’s condition is also not known at this time nor his or her condition. The Mustang driver refused medical aid at the scene.
Princeton Fire Chief Chuck Woolley is quoted as saying that a witness stated that the Mustang was proceeding west on Peru Street when it may have turned in front of the motorcycle, which at the time was traveling east.
More information on this accident will be presented here when it becomes available.
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