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Multi-Vehicle Crash on Interstate 74

Illinois State Police are still looking for one of the drivers involved in a multi-vehicle crash on Interstate 74. At about 1:30 p.m. on Monday, January 20, three vehicles collided in the westbound lane near the I-57 interchange, causing traffic to be reduced to one lane. The lane was reportedly reopened a couple of hours… Read More


Safety Protocol for Decorating Around the Holidays

Holidays involve family gatherings, traveling, and making sure your home is ready for hosting. Now that Thanksgiving is over, many people take the break between holidays to decorate for the holidays. Decorating is seen as one of the best ways to get in the holiday spirit, but emergency rooms see thousands of injuries involving decorating… Read More


Safety Precautions to Remember During Hunting Season

Colder weather is here, the holidays are approaching, and deer hunting season has started in Illinois. Hunting seasons designate specific dates where it is legal to hunt a specific kind of animal for recreation. The archery deer hunting season takes place from October 1st until January 19th, muzzleloader is December 5th through the 8th and… Read More


Local Nursing Homes Fined

In recent news, it has been revealed that three nursing homes in central Illinois areas have been fined by the State of Illinois for violating their license agreements. The nursing home facilities that were fined include Gardenview Manor in Danville, University Rehab in Urbana, and Accolade Paxton Senior Living in Paxton. The violations were made… Read More


Be Safe and Be Seen on Halloween

As the autumn season hits full swing, so do fall celebrations, including Halloween. Children are always excited to dress up in costumes and go trick-or-treating on Halloween, which raises the need to exercise safety. Unfortunately, statistics reveal that children are more than twice as likely to be fatally hit by a car on Halloween, making… Read More


Teen Driver Safety Tips

In the United States, motor vehicle crashes remain the number one leading cause of death for teenagers. Due to this, the week of October 20-26, 2019 is being dedicated as National Teen Driver Safety Week to raise awareness about safe teen driving and to continue seeking solutions to prevent teen injuries and fatalities on the… Read More


Crash Closes Illinois Route 1

Around 8 a.m. on Wednesday, October 9, 2019, four motor vehicles were involved in a crash near Georgetown, IL, which unfortunately resulted in the fatality of one of the drivers, and a few days later his passenger. A 29-year-old Danville man was identified by Vermilion County Coroner Jane McFadden as having passed away due to… Read More


Tips for Child Passenger Safety Week

This year, the week of September 15-21 is being recognized as Child Passenger Safety Week to raise awareness and bring attention to the topic. Many child passenger injuries are a result of improper use of car seats, booster seats, and seat belts. In 2017, one child under the age of 13 was involved in a… Read More


Be the Key to Road Safety With National Stop on Red Week

The month of August not only brings warm weather and the beginning of the school year, but it also marks National Stop on Red Week. August 4th through the 10th aims to promote the importance of stopping at stop signs and traffic lights. It is imperative to educate yourself and those around you on these… Read More


Multi-Vehicle Accident on Illinois Indiana Border

A multi-vehicle accident that occurred in the westbound lanes of the Interstate at the four-mile marker around 3:15 p.m over the weekend, resulted in serious injury. The crash was caused by a semi-truck that failed to slow down and subsequently hit several vehicles from behind. The collision created a chain reaction involving three passenger vehicles… Read More