Aurora Hit & Run Accident Leads To Fatal Accident Injuries

Kane County Hit & Run Fatality

There was a fatal Aurora hit & run accident Monday (March 25, 2019) night. This Aurora crash involved a vehicle hitting an 8-year-old boy and his grandfather as they attempted to walk across the Route 31.

This fatal Aurora hit & run accident is discussed in a number of media sources, including the March 26 Kane County Connects article titled “Update: 8-Year-Old Boy Killed In Route 31 Hit-And-Run in Aurora.” An excerpt:

According to the Aurora Police Department, police and fire personnel were dispatched at 7:42 p.m. Monday to the area of Lake Street (IL Route 31) in response to a report of a fatal vehicle-versus-pedestrian crash involving a young child.

Preliminary investigation indicates that an 8-year-old boy, his sister, and his grandfather were crossing the street, at which time the boy and his grandfather were struck by a vehicle traveling south on Lake Street.

The vehicle left the accident scene following hitting the pedestrians.

The boy and his grandfather were taken to a hospital for treatment of their accident injuries. The boy was later pronounced dead.

The accident investigation continues and is being conducted by the Aurora Police Department Traffic Unit. Those with information concerning this fatal hit & run are asked to call the Aurora Police Department at 630-256-5000.

Additional Details Regarding This Fatal Pedestrian Accident

Additional details and possible updates concerning this fatal Aurora hit & run accident can be seen in a variety of media sources, including the Kane County Connects post mentioned above. That post also mentions a second hit & run crash that occurred near the accident scene in which a driver struck a police car and then fled the scene. The driver was later found and faces charges including Aggravated DUI.

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Elgin Traffic Accident Near Summit Street Leads To Two Fatalities

Fatal Kane County Two-Car Collision

There was a double-fatal Elgin traffic accident early Wednesday (March 20, 2019) morning. One driver faces numerous charges, including those related to drunk driving. Another factor in the crash was alleged driving at excessive speed.

This fatal Elgin traffic accident is discussed on a variety of media sources, including the March 25, 2019 Kane County Connects post titled “Update: Reckless Homicide, Aggravated DUI Charges Filed in Crash That Killed 2 Elgin Residents.”

An excerpt from that post, mentioning the drivers of the two cars involved in the crash,
Omar Pizano Zavala, 30, of Elgin and Adrian Velasco, 21, of Glendale Heights:

According to reports, a 2018 Nissan Altima driven by Zavala was waiting to exit a business located at Summit and Dundee, when a 2012 Honda sedan driven by Velasco and traveling west on Summit Street left the roadway and “forcefully struck the Nissan.”

Kane County prosecutors and Elgin police said a passenger was riding in the front seat of Velasco’s Honda and that Velasco was driving west on Summit Street at a speed of about 75 mph in a posted 30 mph zone at the time of the crash.

Zavala, who was a passenger in the vehicle that was struck, was pronounced dead at the scene. Villagomez, who was driving, was taken to a local hospital, where she was pronounced dead a few hours later.

The passenger in Velasco’s vehicle sustained serious injuries.

Velasco faces numerous charges, as discussed in the post, including four counts of Aggravated Driving Under the Influence Resulting in Death and two counts of Reckless Homicide.

This Elgin traffic accident remains under investigation. Those with information concerning the crash are asked to contact the Elgin Police Department Traffic Unit at 847-289-2667.

Additional Details Regarding This Fatal Elgin Traffic Accident

Additional details regarding this fatal Elgin traffic accident can be seen in a variety of sources, including the Kane County post mentioned above.

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If you were injured in an accident – or represent someone who died in an accident – call Tony Elman, Lead Trial Attorney of the Elman Law Group, at (773) 392-8182 to discuss the accident and see what legal actions may be taken.  This legal consultation is free and is confidential in nature.

Elman Law Group, LLC has been handling Illinois personal injury cases for 25+ years, and during this time has handled over 10,000 personal injury cases.  Through this extensive experience we have built a reputation for our court trial performance.  As seen in many cases, this successful trial experience may (substantially) increase your potential accident injury compensation.

Elman Law Group, LLC handles cases on a contingency basis…you will not be charged legal fees unless and until there is a monetary recovery.

Huntley Minivan Crash Leads To Fatal Accident Injuries

Fatal Kane County I-90 Crash

A Huntley minivan crash has led to the death of a 10-year-old boy. This Huntley minivan crash involved a minivan that left the roadway while traveling on westbound I-90 Sunday (March 17, 2019) evening.

According to the Illinois State Police, preliminary crash investigation findings indicate that this Huntley minivan crash happened as a minivan, driven by Stacy Blume, 38, of Northlake, was driving on the westbound I-90 ramp to Route 47. Shortly after 6:45 p.m., the minivan left the roadway and rolled over onto its roof in a retention pond. The reasons for this apparent loss of vehicle control does not appear to be known at this time.

At the time of this Huntley minivan crash, there were three occupants in the van; Blume, a 10-year-old girl and a 10-year-old boy.

Two men were able to assist Blume and the girl out of the van. However, the boy – who was later identified as Cameron V. Simmons – was unresponsive when he was taken out of the van.

An excerpt regarding the crash, from the March 18 Crystal Lake-Cary Patch article titled “Boy, 10, Dies After Van Goes Into Pond Off I-90 WB In Kane County“:

A doctor on scene gave CPR to the boy, and the driver and two children were taken to a local hospital by the fire department, police said.

Blume and the girl sustained minor injuries, while the boy’s injuries were life-threatening, according to police, who added that the boy was pronounced dead at the hospital at 8:28 p.m.

Additional Details Regarding This Huntley Minivan Crash

Additional details concerning this Huntley I-90 crash that led to a fatality can be seen in a variety of media sources, including the article mentioned above as well as the March 17 Daily Herald article titled “Boy dies after van flips in to pond in Huntley.”

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If you were injured in an accident – or represent someone who died in an accident – call Tony Elman, Lead Trial Attorney of the Elman Law Group, at (773) 392-8182 to discuss the accident and see what legal actions may be taken.  This legal consultation is free and is confidential in nature.

Elman Law Group, LLC has been handling Illinois personal injury cases for 25+ years, and during this time has handled over 10,000 personal injury cases.  Through this extensive experience we have built a reputation for our court trial performance.  As seen in many cases, this successful trial experience may (substantially) increase your potential accident injury compensation.

Elman Law Group, LLC handles cases on a contingency basis…you will not be charged legal fees unless and until there is a monetary recovery.