Ten Passengers Injured In Serious Chicago Crash
Posted By Meyerkord & Meyerkord, LLC
Ten people were seriously injured in a
crash over the weekend in Chicago. The rollover crash occurred early Saturday
morning on Chicago's South Side at approximately 6:30 a.m. According
to the Chicago Fire Department and Illinois State Police, a large vehicle
carrying several passengers crashed near 109th Street and South Doty Avenue
in the Pullman neighborhood. The police say the southbound vehicle was
traveling on the Bishop Ford Expressway when it veered off the road, drove
through an embankment, crashed through a fence, and then flipped over
in a parking lot. Ten Passengers were taken to nearby hospitals. A 15-year-old
was taken to Comer Children's Hospital; one to Northwestern Memorial
Hospital; four to Stroger Hospital; two to Mount Sinai Hospital; and two
to Advocate Christ Medical Center. Authorities report the passengers were
in serious condition, but stable. Additional details about the crash have
not been made available.
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