Brakes disconnected before fatal crash

Brakes disconnected before fatal crash; engine still running

The crash occurred in north suburban Lakewood, just north of Lincolnwood and south of the Chicago suburb of Lincolnshire.

It happened just before 4:30 p.m., just a few blocks north of the intersection of West Washington and Western streets. It didn’t sound like a crash.

It was just another car that turned north on Washington.

“I was just coming down the wrong side of the sidewalk when I saw this car with a red light and I ran over,” one of the pedestrians told WGN-TV.

“You know, that’s how bad it can be. The last thing I expected was this.”

The driver was a woman in her 50s, her driver’s license expired and driving without a proper license. Her identity wasn’t known.

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Police were called.

She was taken to Advocate Illinois Masonic Medical Center in critical condition.

At 1:12 p.m. that night, her driver’s license was revoked after she failed to show up for a license renewal, police told WGN.

According to an arrest warrant, she had run a red light, hit another vehicle and then hit a bus near an empty lot, leaving a tire behind.

Chicago police believe the speeder knew exactl우리카지노y where she was going and didn’t want to hit the bus with the tire behind h바카라er. He hit the bus, then hit the pedestrian, and left her dead, the report states.

Her blood alcohol level was more than twice the legal limit.

She was rushed to Advocate Northwestern Memorial Hospital and was pronounced dead at 4:40 p.m.

The bus driver remained at the scene, the report states.

Police said they continue to investigate. The vehicle was towed and remains impounded.

The vehicle belongs to the same family, the report says.