Naperville Two-Car Collision Leads To Potentially Life-Threatening Injuries

There was a Naperville two-car collision on Wednesday (April 1, 2020) evening. The collision allegedly occurred after one car failed to yield at a stop sign.

This Naperville two-car collision is discussed in a variety of media sources, including the April 2, 2020 Daily Herald article titled “19-year-olds suffer serious injuries in Naperville crash.”

An excerpt:

Two 19-year-old passengers were taken to a hospital with “potentially life-threatening injuries” after a crash Wednesday evening in Naperville, authorities said.

The crash occurred about 7:26 p.m. on Washington Street at 12th Avenue, when police said a 51-year-old Naperville man driving a Honda Accord failed to yield at a stop sign and struck a Ford Focus driven by a 24-year-old Lisle man.

According to Naperville Police, at the time of the collision the Honda was heading westbound on 12th Avenue. The Ford was driving north on Washington Street.

After being hit, the Ford lost control and wound up hitting a utility pole north of the intersection of Washington and 12th.

The accident investigation is continuing, which included an accident reconstruction. According to the article mentioned above, the driver of the Honda has been cited for failure to yield at a stop sign.

Those with information concerning this Naperville two-car collision are asked to contact contact Sgt. Ricky Krakow at (630) 305-5477 or [email protected]

Additional details and possible updates concerning this accident can be seen in the article mentioned above, as well as other media sources.

For those who have been injured in a vehicle accident, there are a number of steps that should be taken. These steps are discussed on the “10 Steps To Take After A DuPage County Accident” page.

These steps are meant to protect one’s health, as well as preserve the capability to get maximum potential injury compensation. These steps should be taken immediately following the accident for maximum beneficial effect.