Chicago multi-vehicle accident kills one, injures nine
Last updated Wednesday, May 17th, 2023
In the afternoon of Saturday, May 13, there was a horrific Chicago multi-vehicle accident that killed one and injured nine others, on South Torrence Avenue, on the city’s Far South Side.
The accident occurred when a northbound driver on Torrence Avenue crossed over the southbound lanes and hit an SUV head-on. Trying to avoid the crash, two other southside cars crashed.
The Chicago Fire Department (CFD) reported that the sedan’s driver was pronounced dead at the Advocate Christ Hospital. Seven adults were critically injured, and three children aged nine, five, and two were taken to Comer Children’s Hospital. According to Chicago Police, their condition is stable.
Currently, no citations have been issued, and an investigation is underway by the Major Accidents unit.
We extend our deepest condolences to the family of the deceased. Our prayers are with the injured for a speedy and complete recovery.
Chicago multi-vehicle accident ends in tragedy
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Authorities in Chicago work diligently to enforce traffic laws, educate drivers, and improve infrastructure to minimize accidents and ensure road safety. Despite these efforts, it remains crucial for drivers to stay vigilant, obey traffic regulations, and practice defensive driving to reduce the likelihood of accidents and promote a safer driving experience in the city.
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