• May 09, 2017

Ashey Moore, Tycika Fairley, 2 Killed in Chicago, IL, Accident

Chicago, IL -- May 6, 2017, Ashley Moore, Tycika Fairley, and two others were killed after an accident where car and a bus crashed head-on.

Chicago Police officials reported that the accident happened at around 6:00 a.m. near the intersection of West Madison Street and South Rockwell Street.

Preliminary police investigations indicated that four people were inside a sedan which was westbound on Madison. 22-year-old Fairley and 25-year-old Moore were passengers in this vehicle.

Officials said that the car somehow came into contact with a parked vehicle, causing it to swerve out of control. It crossed the center line into the path of an oncoming Chicago Transit Authority bus, resulting in a head-on collision.

As a result of the crash, Moore, Fairley, and the other two occupants of the vehicle suffered critical injuries. They were all taken to hospitals for treatment, but later succumbed to their injuries. The bus driver was well as four bus passengers were also taken to hospitals for treatment of non-critical injuries.

At this time, the factors contributing to the accident are still unclear. Investigations are ongoing.

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