Minooka, IL (January 13, 2020) – A young man was killed and two others injured following a fatal crash involving a semi-truck in rural Minooka, Illinois on Friday, January 10th. The Kendall County Sheriff’s Office responded to the scene of the crash near the intersection of Sherrill Road and O’Brien Road at around 7 p.m. that evening. Initial reports revealed that a semi-truck T-boned a passenger vehicle carrying three people.
Sebastian Aguilar, 22, of Plano, Illinois was killed in the accident. Two relatives, Denise Aguilar, 30, and Juan Aguilar, 29, were also injured. The semi-truck was driven by man, 60, from Wayne, Nebraska.
The trucker nor his passenger were injured in the crash. An investigation into the accident is being handled by local authorities.
We would like to offer our deepest condolences to the family of Sebastian Aguilar at this time. Our thoughts are with both the injured victims and their families in hopes of a full recovery.
Semi-Truck Collisions in Illinois
When we pass semi-trucks on the highway, we’re often taken over with anxiety. That’s because these large vehicles can be particularly destructive in the event of a collision. The size and speed of these vehicles alone can make a crash catastrophic for those traveling in smaller passenger vehicles.
Each year, an estimated 700 people are killed in semi-truck collisions across the United States. 5,000 more are seriously injured after being involved in a commercial vehicle accident. Injured parties should consult with an Illinois trucking injury to discuss their case.
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