There was a “rollover crash” in Bartlett on Friday, June 26, 2015 involving two vehicles.
According to Bartlett Police, the accident happened at approximately 2:00 p.m. at the intersection of Army Trail Road and Munger Road.
An excerpt from the Elgin Courier-News article of June 29, 2015, titled “Rollover crash causes injuries“:
According to police, a 38-year-old Bartlett woman was driving a 1999 Ford Ranger westbound on Army Trail Road when she was struck by a 2000 Volkswagen Jetta, driven by Fanos Gebrekidan, 39, of Carol Stream, that failed to yield while turning left onto Army Trail Road from Munger Road. The impact of the crash caused the Ford Ranger to roll on its roof before it flipped back over upright.
The driver of the Ford Ranger was taken to Central DuPage Hospital in Warrenville for treatment of accident injuries. The injuries were considered to be non-life-threatening in nature.
Fanos Gebrekidan was cited for failure to yield.
Additional details and possible updates concerning this DuPage County car accident can be seen in a variety of media sources, including the Elgin Courier-News article mentioned above.
There was a DuPage County motorcycle accident Wednesday afternoon (June 24, 2015) near West Chicago.
Details on the accident and its causes appear very limited at this time.
The crash involved a collision between a car and motorcycle.
An excerpt from the June 24, 2015 Daily Herald article titled “Motorcyclist hurt in Route 59 crash near W. Chicago“:
The crash happened just before 2:30 p.m. at Route 59 and James Avenue, West Chicago Fire Batallion Chief Jeff Buccola said. The motorcycle driver was taken to Central DuPage Hospital with serious injuries, he said.
Additional details concerning this DuPage County motorcycle crash can be seen in a variety of media sources including the Daily Herald article mentioned above.
There was a fatal DuPage County motorcycle accident early this morning (June 11, 2015) on the Veterans Memorial Tollway (I-355) near Downers Grove.
According to the Illinois State Police (ISP) the crash happened at 2:04 a.m., as a southbound motorcyclist lost control of the bike and struck a concrete wall near milepost 20.
The motorcyclist, identified as Michael T. Harris, 48, of Elmhurst, was ejected from the motorcycle during the crash. He was taken to Edward Hospital in Naperville, where he was declared dead.
This fatal motorcycle accident remains under investigation.
Additional details and possible updates concerning this fatal DuPage County motorcycle crash can be seen in a variety of media sources, including the June 11, 2015 Chicago Tribune article titled “Motorcyclist killed in crash on I-355” as well as the June 11 Daily Herald article titled “Elmhurst man killed in motorcycle crash.”
There was a head-on collision Sunday morning (June 7, 2015) in Naperville in which two motorists were injured.
According to Naperville Police, the accident happened at approximately 6:45 a.m., and involved a Mercury that was heading southbound on Raymond Drive near Queensgreen Circle. At that time, the Mercury crossed into the opposing (northbound) lanes and hit a 2005 Honda “head on.”
The driver of the Honda, a 33-year-old woman, was pinned in her car and had to be extricated. She, along with the driver of the Mercury, were then taken to Edward Hospital for treatment of their accident injuries.
The driver of the Mercury was identified as Sholanda M. Harris, 35, of Aurora.
An excerpt from the June 7, 2015 Chicago Sun-Times article titled “Police: DUI driver causes serious head-on crash in Naperville“:
Harris, of west suburban Aurora, was charged with a DUI and improper lane usage, police said.
Those who may have witnessed the crash or have additional information are asked to call the Naperville Police Department’s Traffic Unit at (630) 305-5379 or contact via email at [email protected].
Additional details and possible updates can be seen in a variety of media sources, including the Chicago Sun-Times article mentioned above, as well as the June 7 Naperville Patch article titled “2 Injured in Naperville Crash.”