Car accident in Chicago kills one, injures six others critically

SUVs crash in Chicago claims one life, critically injures six others

According to local media in Chicago, at least one person was murdered and six people were gravely injured after two SUVs collided on the 4200 block of South Pulaski Road on Sunday.

According to local authorities, the collision occurred shortly after 2 a.m., and the deceased was a guy. No more information regarding his identification or age was provided.

According to Chicago police, three women and two men were transported to hospitals. Their condition is said to be critical.

Police reportedly said that another woman was taken to the hospital in critical condition. Officials did not reveal the victims’ identities.

The ABC Chicago story reported a witness as stating, “We observed a woman lying down. “We believe she was alive, but she wasn’t moving.”

The witness further stated, “Then we saw about three or four other people.” They sat upright but were moved by stretchers.”

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“I live on Pulaski just a little further south, and there are a lot of accidents on Pulaski,” remarked a witness. “So it’s quite upsetting to see that this continues.

People in the neighborhood feel it is time to discover new methods to make Pulaski safer, given its lengthy history of overspeeding, drag racing, drifting, and dangerous driving.


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