Bloomingdale Car Rollover Accident At Schick Road and Gary Avenue

There was a Bloomingdale car rollover accident Sunday (October 21, 2018) afternoon.  The crash involved two vehicles, and resulted in at least one person being injured and taken to the hospital.

Details regarding this Bloomingdale car rollover accident appear limited at this time.  The cause of the two-vehicle accident does not appear to be publicly disclosed at this time.

According to authorities, the crash happened at Schick Road and Gary Avenue.

One driver was taken to Advocate Good Samaritan Hospital in Downers Grove for treatment of accident injuries.

The accident remains under investigation, and the DuPage County Accident Reconstruction Team is assisting in the investigation.

Additional details and possible updates concerning this Bloomingdale car rollover accident can be seen in a variety of media sources, including the October 21, 2018 Daily Herald article titled “At least 1 injured in Bloomingdale rollover crash” as well as the October 21 Naperville Patch article (with accident scene photos) titled “Rollover Crash Injures 2.”

As discussed on the “DuPage County Vehicle Rollover Accidents” page, while there are many reasons as to why a vehicle may roll over, there are a few common characteristics.  Among common characteristics that may increase the probability of a car rollover is excessive speed as well as if the vehicle leaves the roadway.   An excerpt from the car rollover page, with regard to the importance of wearing a seat belt:

As with any other type of crash, wearing a seatbelt is one way to reduce the possibility of experiencing serious injury.  This is especially so with rollover accidents, as one of the most adverse outcomes is if a occupant is ejected (i.e. thrown) from the vehicle.  Often, such ejections lead to serious accident injuries, if not fatalities.

Other safety measures for potentially preventing rollover crash injuries include air bags and other technologies like stability control and ABS systems.

Lisle Fatal SUV Accident Causes Severe Leg Injuries To Driver

A Lisle fatal SUV accident was summarized in the May 15, 2018 post titled “Fatal SUV Accident On Ogden Avenue In Lisle Involving Two Vehicles.”  As seen in that post, this Lisle fatal SUV accident involved one vehicle crossing the center line before it collided with another SUV.  The accident happened in the 900 block of Ogden Avenue, with one driver being declared dead at the accident scene.

As discussed on the “Injuries Resulting From Various Types Of DuPage County Accidents” page, a broad range of injuries can result depending upon the type of accident.  In “head-on collisions” such as this Lisle fatal SUV accident, accident injuries tend to be serious and possibly life-threatening due to the forces involved in frontal collisions that happen at speed.  As seen in such collisions that have happened throughout Illinois, such crashes often result in fatalities, with vehicle occupants either passing away at the accident scene or after some time following the crash.  Such crash injuries tend to be especially severe if a vehicle occupant is not wearing a seat belt at the time of the crash, as the unrestrained passenger is vulnerable to be ejected from the vehicle.

Additional information concerning this Liscle fatal SUV accident and the injuries it caused has become available.

As seen in the October 13, 2018 Daily Herald article titled “Lisle police officers honored for saving injured driver after gruesome crash” the driver of one of the SUVs suffered a severe leg injury during the crash, and as a result his leg was bleeding profusely.  Police officers were able to reduce the rate of bleeding only after considerable effort.  As discussed in the article, various police officers involved in the rescue received awards and commendations for their efforts.

Additional details and possible updates concerning this Lisle fatal SUV accident can be seen in a variety of media sources, including the sources mentioned above.

Leaving The Scene Of An Accident After A Downers Grove Fatal Crash

Leaving the scene of an accident occurs for various reasons.  Often, the driver is intoxicated or otherwise impaired, and doesn’t want to face the consequences associated with driving while impaired.  If the accident has caused injuries and/or death, leaving the scene of an accident – often referred to as a “hit & run” – occurs in many instances.

There was a Downers Grove fatal accident allegedly involving a driver leaving the scene of an accident on October 6, 2018.  According to police, at the time of the crash the man was speeding, and the man lost control of the vehicle.  As is often the case where a vehicle leaves the roadway, the car struck a fixed object (a tree.)

An excerpt regarding this DuPage County fatal car crash, from the Downers Grove Patch article of October 11, 2018 titled “DUI Crash Splits Car, Kills Woman In Downers Grove:  Cops“:

A Westmont man is facing felony charges after a collision in Downers Grove that left a woman dead early Saturday. Onecimo Vazquez-Valazquez, 30 , of the 300 block of Naperville Road has been charged with aggravated DUI causing death and leaving the scene of an accident in the collision that killed his passenger, Annajeane Dewey near the intersection of Fairview and 55th.

Police say Vazquez-Valazquez was driving north on Fairview at a “high rate of speed” when he tried to pass a car and lost control of the vehicle he was driving. Vazquez-Valazquez then struck a tree, which caused the car to split in half and kill Dewey on impact.

Additional details regarding this Downers Grove fatal car crash that allegedly involved the driver leaving the scene of an accident can be seen in a variety of media sources, including the article mentioned above as well as the article of October 12 titled “Westmont man charged in DUI crash that killed passenger, split car in half.”