Naperville Pedestrian Accident At Route 59 And Brookdale

When a vehicle strikes a person (i.e. a pedestrian accident happens) serious – and possibly life-threatening – injuries often occur.  These accident injuries can vary widely, depending upon various characteristics of the crash.  Various aspects of such pedestrian accidents – including those that have occurred in DuPage County – are further discussed on the “DuPage County Pedestrian Accidents” page.

According to the City of Naperville, in a December 5, 2016 news release titled “Naperville Police investigate serious traffic crash, intersection of Rt. 59 at Brookdale,” a pedestrian was struck by a vehicle early in the morning of Sunday, December 4, 2016.  The accident happened at the intersection of Route 59 at Brookdale Road in Naperville.

First responders, including Naperville Police and the Naperville Fire Department, went to the accident scene at approximately 12:50 a.m.  At the accident scene was a 2011 Honda and a pedestrian.

Preliminary crash investigation findings indicate that the Honda was southbound on Route 59, and the pedestrian was attempting to walk west across Route 59 at Brookdale Road, when the Honda hit the pedestrian.

The pedestrian received medical attention at the scene and was described as being “seriously injured.”  The person was then taken to Edward Hospital for further medical treatment of the injuries.

This Naperville pedestrian accident remains under investigation by the Naperville Police Department’s Traffic Unit.

An excerpt from the City of Naperville’s press release mentioned above:

Anyone who may have witnessed the crash or has any additional information regarding the crash is asked to contact the Naperville Police Department’s Traffic Unit at (630) 305-5379 or email [email protected]

Additional details and possible updates can be seen in a variety of media sources, including the City of Naperville press release mentioned above, as well as the December 5 Naperville Patch article titled “Pedestrian Seriously Injured After Being Hit by Car in Naperville.”

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