A fatal accident on Sunday morning happened at the Northwest Side, Chicago.
Early this morning in Kilbourn Park at the Northwest Side, a five-vehicle wreck occurred. As a motorist was trying to pass someone, he veered into an oncoming traffic and crashed head-on into another car. The 59-year-old driver was instantly killed.
The fatality that was living in the 5000 block of West Montana Street was pronounced dead at 6:45 a.m. at the Advocate Illinois Masonic Medical Center. This was reported by the spokeswoman of the Cook County medical examiner’s office. Until this afternoon, they did not release the identity of the casualty.
Chicago Police Department News Affairs Officer Darryl Baety confirmed that the accident took.
At 3:45 this morning in the 4700 block of West Belmont Avenue, a Toyota of an unknown model was travelling westbound on Belmont. The driver was trying to pass another westbound vehicle when it struck head-on to an eastbound car.
The impact was followed by the subsequently collision of three other vehicles. The driver behind the wheel of the eastbound 1988 Honda did not survive, said Baety.
The driver of the Toyota was rushed to Our Lady of the Resurrection Medical Center where his condition had been stabilized as of this afternoon, according to Baety.
There were no more injuries and so far no charges have been filed. But the officer assured that the police Major Accident Investigation Unit are continuing their investigation.
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