Chicago, IL (November 30, 2019) – Two juveniles have been charged after crashing a stolen SUV into another vehicle on Chicago’s southside. The incident took place soon after the vehicle was stolen on Saturday, November 30th. The SUV struck another car near the intersection of E 74th St and S King Dr.
The SUV was reportedly speeding at the time of the crash. The impact caused the vehicle to flip over and collide with a nearby building. Four people were injured in the crash, including the two juveniles who stole the vehicle.
No identities have been released at this time. An ongoing investigation into the crash is currently underway.
Our thoughts are with the injured victims and their families at this time. We hope for their full recovery.
Rollover Crashes in Chicago
Rollover crashes can be dangerous. They have become more common due to the popularity of large, narrow vehicles of SUVs. These types of vehicles are more prone to roll over in the event of a crash.
Rollovers are responsible for nearly 35 percent of all passenger vehicle fatalities. 7,600 people died in rollover collisions in 2010. In some cases, injured victims may be eligible to recover financial compensation.
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