Na-Au-Say Township, IL (November 30, 2019) – A crash injured five people in a rural area of Kendall County near Na-Au-Say Township, Illinois. Initial reports indicated that two vehicles collided at the intersection of IL-126 and Ridge Rd. Emergency responders arrived at the scene at around 6:04 p.m. on the evening of Thursday, November 28th.
Four of the injured parties were transported to Rush Copley Medical Center in Aurora, Illinois for the treatment of sustained injuries. One other victim was taken to St. Joseph’s Medical Center in Joliet, Illinois. No identities have been released at this time.
No further updates on the incident have been provided. Local authorities are conducting an investigation into the crash.
Our thoughts are with the injured victims and their families at this time. We hope for their full recovery.
Head-On Collisions in Illinois
The force of a head-on crash can result in serious injuries. Two vehicles traveling toward each other leading up to a collision can cause significant damages, even at low speeds. Those injured in head-on collisions may be unable to return to work and will likely require expensive medical treatment.
Head-on crashes are responsible for 10 percent of all traffic fatalities. This is significant when you consider that head-on collisions only account for 2 percent of all reported car accidents. If you are injured by another driver, you should reach out to an Illinois auto accident lawyer.
Kent M. Lucaccioni, Ltd. is here to help you recover after a crash. We can take over the legal aspects of your case, leaving you to focus on your recovery. If you have been unfairly injured in a crash, give us a call today at 312-386-7683.
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