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Deadly Collision in Vermilion County

While there are many ways to attempt to protect yourself and others from these types of unfortunate scenarios that happen on the road, sometimes these incidents are out of your control. Car crashes are more common than many people realize. According to statistics, more than 90 people die in car crashes each day, with about 6 million car crashes happen each year. The average person will experience a car crash about four times in their life. If you are involved in a collision, it can often be necessary to get an Attorney on your side to help fight for justice. If you or a loved one has recently been involved in a car crash that resulted in physical or emotional damages, or even death, you may be entitled to justice in the form of compensation. The attorneys at Spiros Law, P.C. are experienced car crash lawyers who are passionate about righting the wrongs of those whose negligence or carelessness caused someone else to suffer. Call [firm-number] to set up your free consultation today.

It has been reported that the Vermilion County Sheriff’s Department is investigating a two-vehicle collision at the intersection of Catlin–Indianola Road and County Road 550 North. According to reports from Vermilion County Coroner, Jane McFadden,  the crash occurred early Sunday, October 2, 2022, and resulted in the unfortunate death of three people. According to early reports, a Chevrolet Silverado was towing an enclosed car trailer and traveling northbound on Catlin–Indianola Road. At the same time, a GMC Sierra, traveling southbound on Catlin–Indianola Road, crossed into the northbound lane and struck the Silverado head-on. The collision resulted in both vehicles catching on fire. All three passengers in the Silverado were announced dead at the scene. The GMC was occupied by only the driver who was transported to a local hospital for his injuries. The crash remains under investigation by the Vermilion County Sheriff’s Office, the Illinois State Police, and the Vermilion County Coroner’s office.