Illinois personal injury attorneys news – CTA bus slammed into South Side home- 4 hospitalized
Legal news for Illinois personal injury attorneys. A CTA bus slammed into a home for unknown reasons.
Illinois personal injury attorneys alert- A Chicago Transit Authority bus crashed into a brick house.
Chicago, IL—A Chicago Transit Authority (CTA) bus slammed into the side of a brick house in the South Side, on Tuesday morning, November 10, 2009. Four people were injured in the wreck that also left a house severely damaged on the 11400 block of Vincennes, as reported by Chicago Breaking News Center.
Police officials stated it is currently unknown what caused the CTA bus to crash into the home in Chicago’s Morgan Park neighborhood. Three passengers, a 22-year-old male, a 24-year-old female, and the woman’s 7-year-old niece were injured in the wreck. They are all reportedly listed in good condition at Roseland Hospital. The driver of the CTA bus, a 36-year-old woman, was also injured in the crash. She was transported via emergency medical services (EMS) teams to Metro South Hospital for treatment. Officials reported the injuries did not appear to be life threatening. The South Side home was left a gaping hole with the front end of the bus protruding out from the west side of the brick house. Six people were inside the home when the bus came barreling through the wall. Luckily, no one inside the home was injured. Police officials are currently conducting a full investigation into the bus wreck.
Legal News Reporter: Nicole Howley-Legal news for Illinois personal injury lawyers.