Fatal Kane County Car Accident
There was a fatal car collision Saturday (September 12, 2015) in Elgin.
The accident happened on Randall Road, south of Big Timber Road. According to preliminary findings, this accident happened after a 2014 Toyota Corolla crossed the center line and collided “head-on” with another car, a Mercedes E350. Emergency responders went to the accident scene at 2:35 p.m.
The driver of the Toyota Corolla was declared dead after being taken to Advocate Sherman Hospital. So far, he has only been identified as a 61-year-old man.
The driver of the Mercedes was taken to Advocate Sherman Hospital with accident injuries that were considered to be non-life-threatening in nature.
This accident remains under investigation by the Elgin Police Department.
Additional Details Concerning This Kane County Fatal Accident
Additional details and possible updates can be seen in a variety of media sources, including the September 12, 2015 Elgin Courier-News article titled “Police: Man killed in Randall Road crash Saturday” as well as the September 12 Daily Herald article titled “Man killed in Elgin crash.”
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