On Tuesday morning around 9 a.m. five people were injured in a car vs. SUV accident in Chicago’s Englewood neighborhood, according to the Chicago Tribune. The accident occurred at the intersection of Marquette Road and Loomis Blvd. when a Chrysler ran a red light and hit an eastbound SUV. The sport utility vehicle then hit another car.
Three people in the SUV were injured and they were taken by ambulance to Little Company of Mary Hospital and St. Bernard Hospital in Chicago. A passenger in the Chrysler and the driver of the third car involved were also hurt and taken to Holy Cross Hospital.
The driver of the Chrysler that ran the red light was not hurt, but she was ticketed for running the light. The Chicago Police Department investigated the auto accident.
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