I-294 Accident In Hinsdale Results In Fatal Accident Injuries

An I-294 accident in Hinsdale on Thursday (April 11, 2019) resulted in fatal accident injuries to a driver.

According to information provided by the Illinois State Police (ISP) this I-294 accident near Hinsdale occurred at 11:18 p.m. The crash involved a collision involving a Hyundai Sante Fe and a Volvo semi truck. The accident allegedly involved driving at a high speed.

An excerpt concerning this I-294 accident in Hinsdale and its causes, from the April 12, 2019 Chicago Sun-Times article titled “Man dead after crash on I-294 in Hinsdale“:

At 11:18 p.m., Matthew King was northbound at a high rate of speed on I-294 in a white Hyundai Sante Fe when he struck a Volvo semitrailer, Illinois State Police said.

King, 43, of Indian Head Park, was taken by the Hinsdale Fire Department to a local hospital for treatment of his accident injuries. He was later pronounced dead.

The driver of the semi truck, identified as a 34-year-old man, was not hurt during the collision.

Additional details and possible updates concerning this I-294 accident in Hinsdale can be seen in a variety of media sources, including the article mentioned above as well as the April 12 Daily Herald article titled “Man killed in crash after driving car into truck on I-294.”

On this site, ways to avoid vehicle accident injuries and their accompanying injuries is discussed on the “Avoiding Vehicle Accidents And The Accompanying Injuries” page. As seen on that page, while there are many reasons as to why vehicle accidents occur, taking various precautions can serve to reduce the possibility of a crash, perhaps substantially.

The page also discusses what to do if you are injured in an accident. Many people who are injured in an accident that is not their fault opt to file a personal injury lawsuit in order to get compensation for their accident injuries. This injury compensation issue is particularly important if medical costs stemming from the accident are high and/or there are ongoing effects and/or disabilities resulting from the accident injuries.

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