• January 23, 2017

Woman Killed, One Hurt in Pedestrian vs. Truck Accident on Bishop Ford In Dolton, IL

Dolton, IL -- A pedestrian vs. truck incident in the area of Dolton, IL claimed the life of an unidentified woman and left one injured Sunday, January 22, 2017.

The deadly incident happened about 4:25 a.m. at 159th and Bishop Ford.

It looks like the event began with a two-vehicle collision. Following this initial crash, a woman exited one of the vehicles and stepped onto the roadway. Within moments, the woman was struck and killed by a passing semi-truck. An unidentified person was left injured in the first collision.

The cause of the incident had yet to be determined by the time of the report.

The report alleges the driver of the red tractor-trailer that struck the woman may have been unaware of the collision. Police officials are seeking more information on the unknown driver.

Officials at the scene were examining the details of the incident.

map of the area


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