Mt Prospect, IL (January 7, 2020) – Three people were hospitalized following a crash late Sunday evening, January 5th, in Mount Prospect, Illinois. The crash was reported at around 7:15 p.m. near the intersection of IL-58 (Elmhurst Road) and IL-83 (West Golf Road). The crash involved two vehicles that were seriously damaged in the impact.
Mount Prospect firefighters extinguished a car fire in one vehicle and had to extricate an involved party from the other. Two of the injured parties were taken to Advocate Lutheran General Hospital and another to Northwest Community Hospital. No updates on the condition of the injured parties have been provided.
The investigation into the crash is currently in progress.
Our thoughts are with the injured victims and their families at this time. We hope for their full recovery.
Intersection Accidents in Illinois
Crashes in Illinois often take place at intersections. Intersections are often busy and crowded, making collisions much more common. With many different vehicles going in varying directions at different speeds, it seems inevitable that a lapse in judgment can result in a serious crash.
Sometimes, intersections are caused by slight errors or gross negligence on part of another driver. Each year, 40 percent of all reported crashes happen within an intersection. Injured parties should consult with an Illinois car crash attorney to see if they have grounds for a personal injury claim.
You may be eligible to recover deserved compensation after being injured by another driver. You need the attorneys at Kent M. Luccacioni, Ltd. fighting for your case to maximize your potential compensation. If you’ve been unfairly injured by another driver, give us a call at 312-386-7683.
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