An Illinois state trooper was injured on Tuesday, January 21 when his patrol car was struck by a vehicle on I-74.
According to reports, the car accident occurred when a speeding westbound pickup truck lost control and ran into the back of the patrol car. The trooper was working on the scene of another incident when the collision occurred.
After the accident, both men involved in the two-car crash were transported to the hospital with injuries. The trooper’s identity is currently being withheld, though police identified the pickup driver as Ricky Sharp of Galesburg. Sharp was charged for speeding in icy conditions and crashing into a patrol car.
Being involved in a car accident, depending on the severity, can alter your life permanently. If you have been injured in a car accident in Danville, a lawyer at Spiros Law, P.C., could help you pursue financial compensation. Call 217-443-4343 to speak with a member of our team today.
At least five people were injured in a three-vehicle accident near Carbondale, a report from kfvs12.com stated on Sunday, November 17. Illinois State Police said the accident happened on Friday, November 15 at around 5 p.m. when a vehicle that failed to slow down at a stop sign collided with a vehicle, which in turn hit another vehicle on IL Route 13 at Spillway Road.
The five people injured in the accident included two children, two women, and a man. All were hospitalized due to the injuries they sustained in the crash. The driver of the vehicle who caused the crash was cited for failing to slow down to avoid an accident and another person was cited for not wearing a seat belt.
Negligent drivers can easily caused innocent people serious injuries that can be devastating physically, emotionally, and financially. Should this happen to you in Danville, a lawyer from Spiros Law, P.C., may be able to help you seek justice and compensation from the irresponsible driver who caused the accident. Discuss your situation with a lawyer today by calling 217-443-4343.
On Monday afternoon, Aaron M. Bryant, a Danville resident, was killed in a collision with another vehicle on East Voorhees Street.
Around 1:30 p.m., according to police reports, Bryant was traveling eastbound on East Voorhees Street when his vehicle moved into the westbound lane of traffic. His vehicle struck a westbound truck, injuring an Indiana resident in the accident that killed Bryant.
Peggy Johnson, the Coroner for Vermilion County, said that Bryant was pronounced dead at the scene around 1:39 p.m. The other man involved in the accident was taken to a nearby hospital to receive treatment for his injuries. Director of Public Safety Larry Thomason said that both Bryant and the driver of the truck were the only people involved in the accident.
Our thoughts are with the victims’ loved ones during this difficult time.
An accident involving a school bus and two cars, which took place in Northern Illinois around 8 a.m. Friday the 5th, resulted in the death of a male driver and the injuries of dozens of school children.
Authorities have reported that a man was killed and around 30 schoolchildren injured when an elementary school bus collided with two vehicles after the bus driver allegedly ran a red light. However, conflicting witness accounts have led to the authorities being unsure of the cause of the accident.
Lake County Sheriff Mark Curran Jr. said the bus crashed first into the passenger side of a Jeep Wrangler, instantly killing the male driver, before spinning into another vehicle.
Advocate Condell Medical Center spokesperson Josh McColough said, out of the 25 children admitted to the hospital, only two suffered major injuries. Meanwhile, at the Vista Medical Center East inWaukegan, hospital spokesman John Griffin reported that one child is in fair condition, while five others are in good condition.
Our thoughts of the team at Spiros Law, P.C., are with the victim’s family and loved ones.
A two-car car accident on Batavia’s west side Friday, Feb. 15 sent one man to the hospital and left two other people with minor injuries. The man taken to the hospital, identified as 61-year-old David A. Schele of Sugar Grove, later died due to injuries sustained in the accident.
The cause of the accident is still under investigation. According to police reports, Schele’s vehicle and another vehicle with a male and female inside were in an accident at Randall Road and McKee Street in Batavia. The male and female were treated for injuries and released at the scene.
Before being taken to Delnor Hospital in Geneva, IL, Schele had to be “extricated” from his vehicle. According to police, an accident reconstruction team reported to the crash scene around 8:32 p.m. and traffic reopened on Randall Road around 10:30 p.m.
Our thoughts are with the victim’s family and loved ones.