Fatal Kane County “Head-On Collision”
There was a fatal Kane County “head-on collision” Sunday (May 6, 2018) on Illinois Route 47, south of Beith Road, in unincorporated Campton Township. The crash happened after one car crossed the center line for a currently unknown reason.
An excerpt regarding the crash, from the May 7 Kane County Connects article titled “Montgomery Woman Killed in Sunday Crash On IL Route 47“:
The initial investigation indicates that a Honda Civic driven by Linda Clark, 54, of Montgomery was traveling south on Route 47 and for an unknown reason crossed the center line and struck a northbound Toyota Highlander driven by Kristin Chomenko, 29, of Hampshire.
Clark was pronounced dead at the scene.
Kristin Chomenko and her 1-year-old son, who was a passenger in the SUV, were taken to the hospital for treatment of their accident injuries. Those injuries were considered to be non-life-threatening in nature.
The accident investigation is continuing and is being conducted by the Kane County Sheriff Office’s Accident Reconstruction Team.
Additional Details Regarding This Kane County “Head-On Collision”
Additional details and possible updates concerning this fatal crash can be seen in a variety of media sources, including the Kane County Connects post mentioned above.
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