Fatal Lisle Pedestrian Accident On College Road South Of Maple Avenue

There was a fatal Lisle pedestrian accident Friday (July 26, 2019) night. This fatal Lisle pedestrian accident occurred on College Road, just to the south of Maple Avenue, at approximately 10:20 p.m. The pedestrian struck and killed has been identified only as a 62-year-old man.

Details regarding the accident appear somewhat limited at this time. The circumstances regarding the accident do not appear to be publicly disclosed at this time.

This fatal Lisle pedestrian accident is discussed in variety of media sources, including the July 27, 2019 Daily Herald article titled “Pedestrian struck, killed in Lisle.”

An excerpt:

Lisle police and a major crash reconstruction team conducted an investigation and later confirmed the driver of the vehicle when he returned to the scene. The 18 year-old Lisle resident was cited for failure to render aid and released pending a court date, officials said.

The accident investigation took more than three hours to complete, and College was closed to traffic during that time.

The 62-year-old pedestrian was taken to Advocate Good Samaritan Hospital in Downers Grove for treatment of his accident injuries. He later died from his accident injuries.

Additional details and possible updates concerning this fatal Lisle pedestrian accident can be seen in the article mentioned above as well as the July 27 abc7chicago.com article titled “62-year-old man killed by vehicle in Lisle.”

Pedestrian accidents are notable for many reasons. Injuries resulting from these accidents tend to be serious, and often are life-threatening. Additional discussion of pedestrian accidents – especially those that occur in DuPage County – can be seen on the following pages:

Injuries Resulting From DuPage County Pedestrian Accidents

Fatal Pedestrian Accidents That Occur In DuPage County

DuPage County Pedestrian Accidents

An excerpt from the “Injuries Resulting From DuPage County Pedestrian Accidents” page:

There are many types of expenses that can be directly incurred when someone is hit by a car.  Typically, medical bills may be (very) high, especially if the person does not have health insurance.  Many people who have been hit and injured by a vehicle seek to obtain injury compensation through the filing of a personal injury lawsuit.  This compensation can include many different types.  The amount of such compensation varies depending upon many different factors, including the types and severity of the injuries.

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