Daren J. Konecny Sr Obituary, 57-year-old McHenry man who died after bicycle crash in McHenry Identified; Will be Missed by All’

Obituary for Daren J. Konecny Sr., a 57-year-old resident of McHenry who passed away as a result of injuries sustained as a result of a bike accident that occurred in McHenry. In McHenry, Daren J. Konecny Sr. was gunned down and died. Identified

The identity of the person who was killed in a bicycle accident that took place on Route 31 in McHenry has been revealed by the McHenry County Coroner’s Office. The victim was riding his bicycle back home from work when he was struck and murdered by a motorized bicycle. The age of the victim was 57 years old when they were killed.

According to Steve Newton, the Chief Deputy Coroner of Lake County, an autopsy determined that Daren J. Konecny Sr., 57, a resident of McHenry, Illinois, had died as a consequence of blunt force injuries obtained as a result of a collision. Mr. Konecny had been in a car accident before to his death. These wounds are a direct consequence of the collision that occurred earlier.

On Thursday night about 11:45 p.m., police were called to the area of McHenry that is bounded by Route 31 and Medical Center Drive due to a reported incident. Both the McHenry Township Fire Protection District and the McHenry Police Department dispatched officers and firefighters to the location of the accident as quickly as they could.

According to Michael Spohn, a public affairs officer for the McHenry Police Department, who released this information to the Lake and McHenry County Scanner, the collision that took place in the northbound lanes involved two bicycles. The bicycles were involved in the collision with each other.

The first bicycle was travelling in the direction of traffic that was moving northbound in the northbound lanes, and the second bicycle was moving in the other direction, in the direction of traffic that was moving southbound in the northbound lanes. When the two bicycles collided with one another after coming into touch with one another, there was a collision.

Spohn asserts that the accident left the rider of the non-electric bicycle, who has been determined to be Konecny, with life-threatening injuries that required immediate medical attention.

As a result of the incident, the rider of the motorized bicycle, who was a male and aged 21, sustained injuries; however, these injuries were not regarded to be life-threatening, and the rider declined to be brought to the hospital.

After the incident, emergency medical personnel moved quickly to transport Konecny to the helipad at Northwestern Medicine McHenry Hospital, which is situated directly across the street from the spot where the accident occurred.

Konecny was carried to the level one trauma center at Advocate Condell Medical Center in Libertyville after being evacuated there by a medical helicopter provided by LifeNet.

Spohn mentioned that the first report on Konecny’s condition revealed that he was in a critical condition. This information was consistent with the findings of the initial investigation.

After having been brought to the hospital for treatment earlier in the day on Saturday, the individual was pronounced dead at the hospital on Saturday evening, according to the information that was provided by the Lake County Coroner’s Office.

Following the recent collision that had taken place, the road was closed until the arrival of the Major Incident Assistance Team (MCAT), who would then conduct an investigation into the incident.

Spohn asserts that a citation was given to the man who was riding the motorized bike and was 21 years old for failing to ride a bicycle on the right edge of the street. This violation occurred because the man did not ride a bicycle on the right edge of the street.

He was a “jack of all trades” and worked for the Chroma Color Corporation in McHenry, as stated in the obituary that was prepared for Konecny before he passed away, which was published after he passed away. The town of McHenry can be found to the south of the location where the disaster took place.

“When it came to passing the time in his spare time, Daren found that engaging in practically any activity, so long as it was carried out outside, was the best option. Both fishing and hunting were enjoyable pastimes for him, and in his leisure time he pursued them both. He was a passionate outdoorsman. In his obituary, it is written that “He never missed an opportunity to ride his bike and shared many happy memories with his granddaughter, Sophia, while they were out riding their bikes together.” He rode his bike whenever he had the chance. He got on his bike whenever the opportunity arose for him to do so.

“Daren was a devoted family man who spent his time being a father, a grandfather, and a friend to all of his many loved ones. He had a lot of friends and family members. Everyone who had the opportunity to spend time with him will think fondly of him and speak highly of him because of that privilege.

The funeral and memorial services are going to be held on November 11 of this year.

The McHenry Police Department and the McHenry Community Action Team are both continuing their inquiries into the incident even now that it has been some time since it occurred.

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  • November 3, 2022