Death of Matthew Ziliak – Matthew Ziliak, a resident of Evansville, Indiana, and a beloved brother and friend tragically passed away on Monday, the 5th of 2023. He was 43 at the time of his death. He was confirmed dead on Tuesday, June 6, 2023, through a social media post that read, “You were always a phone call away…no matter what, when I needed you, you was there. Now you are gone. I love you forever. Keep ’em on their toes till I get up there!”
What is the cause of death of Matthew Ziliak?
On Monday, June 5, 2023, a guy was killed in a motorcycle accident near Bellemeade Avenue. He was identified by the authorities. Matthew Ziliak, 43, was found dead from multiple blunt trauma injuries, according to the Vanderburgh County Coroner’s Office. An SUV failed to yield when Ziliak attempted to turn onto Bellemeade while riding a motorcycle near the intersection of Bellemeade and South Englewood avenues, according to an Evansville police report.
Arrived at Ascension Saint-Vincent, he died on Monday afternoon. Ziliak was recorded as a resident of Lynnville, Indiana, in public records. The driver of the SUV, who has not been officially named, is unharmed. The driver “showed no signs of impairment and agreed to take a chemical test,” which is a typical procedure for fatal or injury crashes, according to a press release from EPD spokeswoman the Sgt. Anna Gray Tuesday morning. According to Gray, the accident shut down that area of Bellemeade for almost two hours.
The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office received a complaint regarding a single motorcycle accident on Co Rd 1 NW on Friday afternoon, June 24, 2022, in Lund Township, north of Evansville, near the intersection with Co Rd 52 NW. According to reports, the motorcycle went off the road, seriously injuring the motorcyclist. The motorcycle passenger was also thought to have been injured.
David Miller, 48, of Atwater, who was riding the motorcycle, was transported by Life Link III Air Ambulance from the scene to an unidentified medical facility. North Memorial Ambulance transported the 15-year-old passenger from Sauk Rapids to Alomere Health Hospital in Alexandria for treatment of her injuries. The investigation continues on the origin of the incident. Evansville First Responders, Ashby First Responders, North Memorial Ambulance, Ashby Ambulance and Life Link III Air Ambulance all provided support to the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office.