Illinois State Police reported the tragic death of a Morton Grove man from a car crash along the Interstate 90/94 night near the Montrose Avenue exit.
Heading north on the Kennedy Expressway, a 1998 Toyota Carry was veering right as it cruised the highway at top speed and lost control at 10 p.m. said the police.
After the car hit a guard rail, it rolled north downward on the Kennedy Expressway while dislodging the driver. The police confirmed the driver’s death in the scene of the accident. The man was not using his seatbelt.
The fatality was identified by the Cook County medical examiner’s office as Sean Mitchell, of the 9200 block of North Harlem Avenue.
The damage resulted from one of the Toyota’s tires which came off and propelled to another car.
Department spokeswoman, Firefighter Meg Ahlheim said that the Chicago Fire Department came to the rescue but there was no need to bring anyone to the hospital.
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