Chicago, IL (December 17, 2019) – A crash on Tuesday morning, December 17th, resulted in two Chicago police officers sustaining injuries. The accident took place at around 8:30 a.m. at the 2300 block of West Fulton Street. A minor that the officers were transporting was also injured in the crash.
The details available on the crash are limited at this time. The two officers and the juvenile were transported to Rush Medical Center for treatment. Authorities haven’t yet released the cause of the accident.
An ongoing investigation into the cause of the accident is in progress.
Our thoughts are with the injured victims and their families at this time. We hope for their full recovery.
Chicago Rear-End Crashes
Car accidents take victims by surprise. Even if you follow the rules of the road, you are still at risk of being hit by a reckless driver. Rear-end crashes often result in serious injuries for vehicle occupants.
Rear-end accidents are the most common type of collision. They account for 26 percent of all reported crashes in the country. Injured parties can hold reckless drivers accountable with the help of a Chicago personal injury lawyer.
You need an experienced law firm handling your case. The legal team at Kent M. Lucaccioni, Ltd. is here to help you fight for your right to compensation. Call us today at 312-386-7683 to discuss your case.
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