Officials from the Illinois State Police have identified the individual they suspect was killed in a possible drunk driving accident in Chicago, IL on February 22nd, 2013. Police currently suspect Chantelle Jones was killed when the vehicle in which she was a passenger possibly suffered a loss of control while navigating South Western Avenue. The vehicle left the roadway for reasons currently under investigation, whereupon it collided with a viaduct before rolling.
Scene of the Accident
According to the report, Chantelle Jones sustained massive injuries in the accident, and was transported by emergency response personnel to nearby Mount Sinai Hospital where she succumbed to the injuries inflicted on her in the accident a short time after her arrival. At this point in their investigation, authorities have reason to believe alcohol intoxication was a major contributing factor in the fatal accident. Authorities hope that any eyewitnesses that have not yet come forward will do so in an effort to paint a clearer picture of the accident for investigators.
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