SCHAUMBURG, Ill. (CBS) — A driver is dead after a crash in Schaumburg on Monday.

Schaumburg police said Tuesday that they were called for a crash at West Frontage and Woodfield roads 1:13 p.m. the day before.

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Police said a black Jeep Cherokee was headed south on West Frontage Road and was going through to the intersection at Woodfield Road with the green light, while a Jeep Cherokee was headed east on Woodfield Road and ran a red light. The Jeep hit the driver’s side of the Ford, police said.

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The driver of the Ford – Cary Aiello, 51, of Schaumburg – was killed. The driver of the Jeep – a 31-year-old man from Bartlett – was taken to AMITA Health Alexian Brother Medical Center in Hoffman Estates, where his condition was stabilized.

Each vehicle was occupied only by its driver at the time.

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Schaumburg police were investigating the crash Tuesday afternoon.

CBS 2 Chicago Staff