Naperville Fatal Vehicle Collision Near Naper Blvd And Washington Street

A Naperville fatal vehicle collision occurred Thursday (May 16, 2019) morning. According to Naperville Police, this Naperville fatal vehicle collision occurred near the intersection of Naper Boulevard and Washington Street.

This collision allegedly involved one vehicle traveling the wrong way.

Vehicle occupants included a 64-year-old woman from Bolingbrook driving a Hyundai as well as a 61-year-old male driver from Lisle who was driving a Nissan. The Nissan also carried a 59-year-old female passenger.

An excerpt concerning this Naperville fatal vehicle collision, from the May 16, 2019 Naperville Patch article titled “1 Dead After 2-Car Crash In Naperville: Cops“:

The crash took place around 8:45 a.m., according to a news release. Police say the initial investigation indicates that the Hyundai was traveling north in the southbound lanes of Naper Boulevard when it collided with the Nissan, which was traveling southbound.

All vehicle occupants were taken to a local hospital. One of the people involved in the crash was declared dead after being taken to the hospital.

This Naperville fatal vehicle collision remains under investigation. Naperville Police are asking those who witnessed the accident to call Naperville Police Department’s Traffic Unit at 630-420-8833.

Additional details and possible updates concerning this fatal DuPage County car accident can be seen in a variety of media sources, including the article mentioned above as well as the May 16 Naperville Sun article titled “Police investigating cause of fatal crash at Washington Street and Naper Boulevard.”

Crashes that involve one vehicle driving in the wrong direction typically lead to serious, if not life-threatening injuries to vehicle occupants. These collisions are often “head-on collisions” in which vehicle occupants are suddenly subject to very strong physical forces that are highly unnatural in nature. Such collisions are often unexpected and as such can be very difficult to avoid, especially if one vehicle suddenly crosses the center line.

The subject of “head-on collisions” and the injuries involved, as well as the recommendation to talk to a lawyer who handles DuPage County car accident injury lawsuits, is further discussed on the “DuPage County Accidents Involving ‘Head-On Collisions’” page.

Car Accident Near Lombard Seriously Injures Man

There was an accident Friday morning (March 25, 2016) in which a man was injured during a crash on southbound I-355 near the border of Lombard and Glen Ellyn.

According to police, the accident happened as a 33-year-old man driving a Chevrolet Blazer lost control for a currently unspecified reason.  The vehicle then swerved to the right – thereby striking a vehicle in the far right lane – then swerved to the left and struck a concrete median.  Then the Blazer reentered traffic and struck a van in the far left lane.

At the time of the crash, the man driving the Blazer was not wearing a seatbelt, and was partially ejected (i.e. thrown from) the vehicle.  He suffered what were described as “severe injuries” for which he was taken to Advocate Good Samaritan Hospital in Downers Grove for treatment.

The three southbound lanes on I-355, from Army Trail Road to Roosevelt Road were closed for several hours, until nearly 10:00 a.m., as the crash investigation was conducted.

Additional information concerning this multi-vehicle accident can be seen in a variety of media sources, including the March 25, 2016 Daily Herald article titled “Algonquin man seriously injured in I-355 crash near Lombard” as well as the March 25 mysurbanlife.com article titled “Algonquin man seriously injured in I-355 crash near Lombard.”