High-Speed Car Crash In Aurora Injures Four People

Kane County High-Speed Crash

There was a high-speed car crash Thursday (October 17, 2019) night in Aurora that injured four people. Two of these people were critically injured. This high-speed car crash allegedly involved a suspect who was fleeing from Aurora Police. The accident scene was at Route 25 (Aurora Avenue) and Sullivan Road.

This high-speed car crash is discussed in a number of media sources, including the October 18, 2019 Kane County Connects post titled “High Speed Car Crash On Route 25…

Two excerpts:

Just after 10:20 p.m. on Thursday, Aurora police officers were called to theft in progress, at the Walmart, in the 2900 block of Kirk Road. While officers were responding to the store, an APD officer spotted a vehicle that matched the description of the suspect’s vehicle traveling at a high rate of speed.

The officer tried to follow the car but lost sight of it a short time later. About two minutes later, officers were notified that the suspect’s vehicle slammed into a car, with three people inside of it, at the intersection of Aurora Avenue and Sullivan Road.

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Two people were airlifted in extremely critical condition to a Chicago area hospital. Another person is in serious condition at an Aurora area hospital. The suspect was transported to an Aurora area hospital where he was later airlifted to a Chicago area hospital.

Aurora police requested the Kane County Major Crimes Task Force to the scene of the incident to conduct an investigation. They were assisted by members of Aurora Police’s Traffic Division to reconstruct the accident.

Additional Details Regarding This High-Speed Car Crash

Additional details and possible updates concerning this Aurora high-speed car crash can be seen in a variety of media sources, including the source mentioned above.

Driving at excessive speed can have many adverse consequences should an accident occur. Discussion of why driving at excessive speeds not only increases the risk of a crash but also increases the odds of serious accident injuries can be found on the “Speed As A Cause Of Accidents Including Those Causing Serious Injuries” page. As mentioned on that page, there have been many Kane County serious accidents involving motorists who were driving at excessive speeds prior to crashing.

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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.

St. Charles Township Pedestrian Accident With Life-Threatening Injuries

Kane County Pedestrian Crash

There was a St. Charles Township pedestrian accident Tuesday (October 1, 2019) night. This St. Charles Township pedestrian accident left the pedestrian with life-threatening injuries. He was flown to a hospital for medical treatment.

This Kane County pedestrian crash is discussed in a variety of media sources, including the October 2, 2019 Kane County Connects post titled “Pedestrian airlifted after being struck by vehicle in St. Charles Township.” An excerpt:

According to a Kane County Sheriff’s Office news release, a Ford Crown Victoria driven by Amber Blaskoski, 28, of St. Charles was traveling west on Courier Avenue near the intersection of Sycamore Avenue when it struck a pedestrian later identified as David Busby, 40, of St. Charles, who was walking in the roadway.

Busby was flown to the hospital for treatment of his accident injuries. Those injuries were considered to be life-threatening in nature.

The investigation of this St. Charles Township pedestrian accident is being conducted by the Kane County Sheriff’s Office detectives and members of the Kane County Accident Reconstruction Team.

Additional Details Regarding This Kane County Pedestrian Crash

Additional details and possible updates can be seen in a variety of media sources, including the Kane County Connects post seen above.

On this site, additional discussion of pedestrian accidents and the injuries involved can be seen on the “Fatal Pedestrian Accidents That Occur In Kane County” and “Kane County, Illinois Pedestrian Accidents And Injuries” pages. As discussed on those pages, as well as seen in the Kane County pedestrian accidents summarized on this site, such accidents often lead to serious accident injuries. Steps taken after such accidents, including those involving medical and legal issues, are of critical importance. Both of these topics, as well as typical types of accident injuries that occur when a person is hit by a vehicle, are discussed.

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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.