CALUMET CITY, Ill. (CBS) — One person was killed and two were injured Thursday afternoon when a driver hit a bus shelter, and then plowed into a construction worker, in Calumet City.

AT 2 p.m., Calumet City police and fire personnel were called to Sibley Boulevard and Torrence Avenue for the crash.

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They learned a driver went off the roadway and slammed into the bus shelter, leaving one person at the bus stop dead and another injured in an unknown condition.

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After hitting the bus shelter, the driver slid into an adjacent parking lot and hit the construction worker, who was also hospitalized in an unknown condition.

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Calumet City Police and the South Suburban Major Accident Reconstruction Team were investigating late Sunday. Anyone with information was asked to call the Calumet City Police Department at (708) 868-2500.

CBS 2 Chicago Staff