Two people were killed on the Southeast Side of Chicago in an auto accident early Sunday morning, according to chicagobreakingnews.com. The crash involved 3 cars moving eastbound in the 3200 block of 106th Street on the Cal City Bridge. One of the vehicles struck another vehicle while trying to pass it, lost control and hit a steel gate on the bridge.
The vehicle then caught fire and was engulfed in flames. Two males were killed in the fire. They were reportedly in their 20s and have not yet been identified.
The vehicle that was struck by the passing car then lost control and hit a 3rd vehicle. The driver of the second vehicle refused medical attention and the driver of the third car was taken to Advocate Trinity Hospital for treatment.