The rain might have stopped falling hours ago, but most of the Chicago area remained under a flood warning Tuesday morning, with many streets still covered in water from a series of storms that dropped nearly 5 inches of water in some suburbs.
The crash happened about 11:20 p.m. in the eastbound lanes of I-88 near Mannheim Road, Illinois State Police said. The vehicle crashed and rolled over, police said.
The I-190 entrance to O’Hare International Airport reopened Tuesday morning, after it was shut down for several hours at Mannheim Road when the viaduct flooded due to Monday night’s storms.
A 60-year-old woman was killed when two cars collided around 12:40 a.m. in the 5600 block of North Mannheim Road.
Rosemont police said four vehicles were involved in the crash at about 7:30 p.m. Thursday on Higgins Road, between Mannheim Road and Touhy Avenue.
It took at least two hours to contain the flames. No one was injured – small consolation to the family that ran the grocery store.
A southwest suburban woman was charged with aggravated DUI after a man was killed early Saturday when he was struck by a car as he walked on the Far Northwest Side near O’Hare Airport.
Two people were hospitalized Friday morning in an accident involving a postal truck and a van in Schiller Park.
An off-duty Cook County Sheriff’s deputy was charged Tuesday with aggravated DUI for a fatal crash early Sunday in west suburban Franklin Park.
A driver was in custody and charges were pending following a traffic crash in Franklin Park early Sunday in which a 41-year-old resident of the northwest suburb was killed.
Rescue crews in Des Plaines had to extricate a driver early Wednesday, after a car crashed into a semi-trailer truck and ended up pinned underneath.
Two trucks collided on the outbound Eisenhower Expy. on Tuesday, shutting down the expressway at Mannheim Road.
Diana Paz’s family is just coming to grips with the fact she didn’t live to see her 26th birthday Sunday.
A pedestrian was killed early Friday in an accident on the inbound Eisenhower Expressway near Mannheim Road.
The fire that destroyed a vacant motel in Franklin Park last week was deliberately set, investigators have ruled.
Authorities found three tons of cannabis — worth more than $27 million — in a moving truck in west suburban Franklin Park Friday morning.
A five-car crash on the Eisenhower Expressway tied up traffic for miles this morning.
A lane was blocked on the Eisenhower Expressway as the morning rush began, after a sport-utility vehicle flipped over near Mannheim Road.