An Illinois high school student faces traffic related charges after an incident that happened recently on a local highway. The car accident that led to the traffic charges also claimed the life of one young girl. The victim was only 15 years old when she died in the crash.
A crash on an Illinois roadway ended the life of one woman and injured four more recently. The car accident occurred near Blue Mound on Illinois 48. The crash is under investigation by state authorities who hope to learn exactly what happened that tragic morning.
A tragic Illinois crash has ended two young lives. The car accident happened on a recent weekend morning in northern Illinois. Now, local authorities are left to investigate to determine exactly what caused this fatal incident.
Illinois accident reconstruction officials were recently sent to the scene of a crash that ended the life of one man and injured another. Once at the scene, they were expected to put the pieces back together to determine exactly what happened. The fatal car accident occurred in South Suburban Matteson.
Multiple charges have been filed against an Illinois driver after a crash that killed one man. The criminal charges stemming from the car accident include driving under the influence, disobeying a stop sign and driving with no insurance. The accident happened on May 16.
Illinois State Police respond to many incidents throughout the state each night. On April 21 they reported being called to a single-car accident late in the evening. The accident resulted in the death of one man and critical injuries to at least one other.
According to Illinois State Police, a tragic car accident in Benton took the life of a 6-year-old girl from Du Quoin. A local news report says the crash happened when the 32-year-old driver of the vehicle transporting the child and other passengers failed to stop at a stop sign. The vehicle collided with an SUV, and victims in both vehicles were seriously injured in the car accident.
Readers in Edwardsville and the St. Louis area likely know how fragile life can be. One moment can seem so secure and filled with possibility, while the next is devastating. Too often, reckless or negligent behavior leads to catastrophe, altering lives forever, and the families of lost loved ones are left to pick up the pieces. These facts are painfully true for the family of a 38-year-old St. Louis woman who died tragically when she was hit by an intoxicated driver.
Winter has finally arrived in Southern Illinois, and most motorists are doing their best to avoid collisions in icy and snowy conditions. However, not every driver lives up to the responsibility of exercising due caution when the weather becomes dangerous. When cold snow melts onto pavement, icy patches form, and drivers may have a difficult time seeing where danger lies. But that is precisely why motorists should choose to be more cautious when the weather is likely to produce snow and ice. Too often, a failure to take proper care on the roadway results in serious personal injury, leaving families in the wake of a catastrophe that may seem senseless in retrospect.