• October 17, 2019

Hombre Muere en Accidente con Camión por North Pulaski Road en Chicago, IL

Chicago, IL -- 14 de octubre, 2019, una persona murió tras un incidente en el que fue atropellado mientras cruzaba la calle.

Los reportes indican que el incidente fatal tuvo lugar en el barro de Hermosa por la cuadra 2100 de North Pulaski Road.

Según las declaraciones de las autoridades, un peatón estaba cruzando la vía por el camino de cruce peatonal cuando un camión volquete lo atropelló.

El peatón fue declarado muerto en el lugar de los hechos. El conductor recibió una multa de tránsito por no cederle el paso a un peatón.

El incidente permanece bajo investigación en este momento.

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