Franklin Co, IL (December 30, 2019) – Multiple emergency units responded to a crash that sent four to the hospital in Franklin County, Illinois. The crash took place at around 12:06 p.m. on Saturday, December 28th, on I-57 near mile marker 72. According to initial reports, Marvin Dellorin, 44, of Milwaukee, Wisconsin was traveling on I-57 SB when he clipped a vehicle when attempting to pass it.
The vehicle that Dellorin struck was driven by Danna Williamson 35, of Dodge City Kansas. When Dellorin clipped Williamson’s vehicle, he lost control of his car, causing it to overturn multiple times and leave the roadway. Dellorin and his three passengers, all Milwaukee residents, were taken to nearby medical facilities for treatment.
Dellorin was ticketed for many violations, including driving without a valid license. He was reportedly distracted at the time of the crash but was not using a cell phone. An ongoing investigation into the crash is in progress.
Our thoughts are with Marvin Dellorin, the other injured victims, and their families at this time. We hope for their full recovery.
Distracted Driving Collisions in Illinois
It is far too easy to get distracted when driving. Sometimes, we become far too comfortable driving a car, causing us to make mistakes. These small mistakes can result in catastrophic injuries in the event of a crash.
Distracted driving is a real threat on American roadways. More than 4,000 people are killed annually in distracted driving collisions. Injured parties may be eligible to recover lost compensation after being injured in a car accident.
The legal team at Kent M. Lucaccioni, Ltd. can help you pursue all possible avenues for compensation. We are dedicated to helping all of our clients obtain a settlement worthy of their injuries. Discuss your case with an Illinois car crash attorney by giving us a call at (312) 425-0401.
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