Fatal Batavia Traffic Crash That Occurred On Kirk Road

Fatal Kane County Traffic Crash

There was a fatal Batavia traffic crash Sunday (April 7, 2019) afternoon. According to information provided by the Batavia Police Department, the crash happened on Kirk Road near the Batavia bicycle bridge at approximately 5:21 p.m.

Details concerning this car accident appear to be limited at this time. The reasons for the crash and the party at fault do not appear to be publicly available at this time. As well, the vehicles involved in the crash have not been identified.

This fatal Batavia traffic accident involved three vehicles. Of those injured, one person died at the accident scene, and two other people were taken to local hospitals for treatment of their accident injuries. The type and extent of those injuries has not yet been publicly disclosed.

The accident investigation is ongoing. Those with information concerning this fatal Batavia vehicle accident are asked to call the Batavia Police Department at
at 630-454-2500.

Additional Details Regarding This Fatal Batavia Vehicle Accident

Additional details and possible updates concerning this fatal Batavia traffic crash can be seen in a variety of media sources, including the April 8, 2019 Kane County Connects article titled “Fatal Crash On Kirk Road Sunday in Batavia.”

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