• April 15, 2019

Matthew King Killed in Hinsdale, IL, 18-wheeler Accident

Hinsdale, IL -- April 11, 2019, Matthew King was killed as the result of an accident where his vehicle crashed with an 18-wheeler.

Authorities with the Illinois State Police reported that the crash occurred at around 11:18 p.m. on I-294 approaching the US 34 interchange.

Initial reports from state police indicate that 43-year-old King was driving a Hyundai Sante Fe along northbound lanes of the interstate when his vehicle somehow crashed into the back of an 18-wheeler.

Emergency services transported King to a local hospital with critical injuries. He later died there. It appears no one else was hurt in the crash.

Police continue to investigate the factors leading up to the crash.

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