Aurora, IL (November 24, 2019) – Early in the morning on Saturday, November 23rd, in Aurora, Illinois, a woman was killed and two others injured in a rollover collision. The crash happened at the 600 block of N. Ohio St. at around 3 a.m. Officers at the scene reported that a woman was pinned underneath the vehicle and two others were trapped inside the vehicle.
Emergency responders from the Aurora Fire Department arrived at the scene to extract the two occupants of the vehicle and provide necessary medical aid to the woman pinned underneath the vehicle. The two parties rescued from the vehicle were taken to nearby hospitals and are said to be in stable condition. The woman found at the scene was pronounced dead by responding paramedics.
No other information is available at this time. Local authorities are currently investigating the cause of the crash.
We would like to offer our deepest condolences to the family of the deceased victim at this time. Our thoughts are with the injured victim and his family in hopes of a full recovery.
Chicago Rollover Collisions
Rollover crashes can be the cause of both driver error and roadway conditions. Sometimes, drivers are behaving erratically, veering in and out of lanes or speeding down the highway. In other cases, roadway conditions make it so a vehicle turns over, perhaps when navigating a steep curve or encountering another roadway hazard.
Whatever the case, rollovers can result in serious injuries for passengers. A majority of fatal rollover crashes involve unrestrained occupants. Nearly 7,600 people were killed in rollover collisions in 2010.
Those unfairly injured in a rollover should reach out to an experienced Chicago car crash lawyer to protect their legal rights. The legal team at Kent M. Lucaccioni, Ltd. has successfully represented countless victims after being injured by a reckless driver. If you or a loved one has been unfairly injured in a collision, give us a call at 312-386-7683.
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