High Speed Driving Incident In Naperville

Speeding – especially that which occurs substantially over the speed limit – has been the cause – or significant contributor to – of many serious Illinois accidents.  Some of this high speed driving is due to street racing.

As such, any high speed driving is notable.

A recent item in the October 28, 2014 Naperville Sun, in an article titled “Teen clocked at 106 mph in 45 mph zone in Naperville” is notable:

Nathan E. Miller, 18, Plainfield; charged with speeding in excess of 35 mph over the limit at 10:48 p.m., after he was seen driving 106 mph near Bailey Road and Plainfield-Naperville Road, in a 45 mph zone.

Additional traffic incidents and violations – some involving crashes – can be seen in the Naperville Sun article mentioned above.

Three-Vehicle Accident In Warrenville

There was a DuPage County 3-car accident Monday afternoon (October 20, 2014) in Warrenville.

Warrenville Police responded to the accident at approximately 2:15 p.m., which happened at the intersection of Butterfield and Batavia Roads.

An excerpt from the City of Warrenville press release titled “Police Investigate Motor Vehicle Crash“:

The investigation revealed the driver of vehicle one, which was heading westbound on Butterfield Road, traveled through a red light and struck vehicle two, which was traveling southeast on Batavia Road. The collision propelled vehicle two into a third vehicle that was stopped for the eastbound Butterfield Road traffic signal.

In the course of the accident, the first driver sustained minor injuries.  The driver of the second vehicle had to be extricated, and was then taken to Cadence Hospital in Winfield.  The driver of the third vehicle was also taken to Cadence Hospital for treatment of injuries.

These accident injuries are not considered to be life-threatening in nature.

Charges are pending against the driver of the first vehicle.

Additional details and possible updates concerning this DuPage County accident with injuries can be seen in the City of Warrenville press release mentioned above, as well as the October 21 Chicago Tribune article titled “Two injured in Warrenville car crash.”

Two-Car Crash With Injuries In Naperville

On Friday (October 17, 2014) there was a two-car accident with injuries in Naperville.

The Naperville Police and Fire departments responded to the accident scene at 8:25 a.m.  The car crash happened at the intersection of 75th Street and Book Road.

The drivers of the cars were identified as Nikhil Siony, 45, of Aurora and Rachel Nowakowski, 30, of Villa Park.

An excerpt from the October 17, 2014 City of Naperville press release regarding the accident, titled “Police Investigate Serious Vehicle Crash at 75th Street and Book Road“:

Preliminary investigation indicates Mr. Siony was travelling east on 75th St. while Ms. Nowakowski proceeded to turn southbound Book Rd. from westbound 75th St. and struck Mr. Siony’s vehicle.  Ms. Nowakowski was treated for minor injuries at Edward Hospital and released.

Mr. Siony had to be extricated from his car by the Naperville Fire Department.  He was then airlifted to Good Samaritan Hospital in Downers Grove.

This crash remains under investigation.

Additional details and possible updates concerning this DuPage County car accident can be seen in the City of Naperville press release mentioned above, as well as the October 17 Naperville Patch article titled “Aurora Man Airlifted to Hospital After Crash at 75th Street and Book Road.”

Four-Vehicle Crash In Naperville With Injuries

There was a four-vehicle accident in Naperville on Thursday night (October 16, 2014).  One driver is charged with driving under the influence (DUI) as part of the accident.

That driver has been identified as Monica F. Bull, 43, of Naperville.

The accident happened at approximately 11:18 p.m. Thursday night at the intersection of 95th Street and Wildcat Way.  Details regarding the accident are somewhat limited.

At least one person was injured during the crash.  That person was taken to Edward Hospital in Naperville.

Additional details and possible updates concerning this DuPage County crash can be seen in a variety of media sources, including the October 17, 2014 Naperville Sun article titled “Police investigate crash across from Neuqua” as well as the October 20 CBS Chicago article titled “Naperville Woman Charged With Driving In Four-Vehicle Crash.”

Crash On Naper Boulevard In Unincorporated DuPage County

There was a two-vehicle traffic collision late Monday afternoon in unincorporated DuPage County in which two people were injured and hospitalized.

Details regarding this DuPage County crash and especially its causes appear limited.

According to Naperville Police, the accident happened at approximately 4:34 p.m., near the intersection of Woodbrook Drive and Naper Boulevard.

Of the two people injured, one sustained potentially “life-threatening” injuries and another had significant injuries.  Both were taken to Edward Hospital in Naperville for treatment of their injuries.

Additional details and possible updates can be seen in a variety of media sources including the October 13, 2014 Naperville Sun article titled “Two seriously hurt in Naper Boulevard traffic crash.”

School Safety Campaign In DuPage County

The DuPage County Sheriff’s Office conducted a school safety campaign in September, meant to target speeding motorists in school zones in unincorporated parts of DuPage County.

During the period, 34 citations were issued.

An excerpt from the October 7, 2014 Naperville Patch article, titled “DuPage County Cops Cite 27 Motorists for Speeding in School Zones“:

The sheriff’s office conducted the school safety campaign during September, which was meant to target speeders in school zones, according to a DuPage County Sheriff’s Office press release. Police handed out 27 citations for speed violations, five for disobeying a traffic device, and the rest for miscellaneous violations such as failure to wear a seat belt or having no insurance.

The article provides further detail regarding the locations where the citations were issued, as well as a statement from DuPage County Sheriff John Zaruba.

Additional details and possible updates can be seen in a variety of media sources, including the Naperville Patch article mentioned above.