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1 Person Dead After 4 Car Crash On Route 53/I-290 Near Woodfield MallOne person is dead after a four-car crash near Woodfield Mall.
Javier Garcia, Man Accused Of Driving Through Woodfield Mall, Expected In Court TodayJavier Garcia, 22, is charged with terrorism.
Black Friday Shoppers Lining Up At Woodfield MallIt's Black Friday and many shoppers are looking to get their hands on the sales.
Javier Garcia, Man Accused Of Plowing SUV Through Woodfield Mall, To Appear In CourtThe man accused of plowing his SUV through a popular suburban mall is expected in court Tuesday afternoon to face terrorism charges, but some experts aren't sure the charges fit the crime. 
Do Terrorism Charges Fit The Crime Of Driving Through A Mall?"Anything can happen, but this strikes me as a stretch to call this terrorism. That may be another motive of the prosecution: to send a really clear message that these kinds of attacks are unacceptable and we don't want anyone else doing it."
Bond Denied For Javier Garcia, 22, Charged With Terrorism In Woodfield Mall IncidentThe 22-year-old man police said drove a sport-utility vehicle into the Woodfield Mall on Sept. 20 has been charged with terrorism. 
Why Did Woodfield Mall Sears Entrance Where SUV Plowed Through Have No Security Bollards?
Man Taken Into Custody In Woodfield Mall Incident Being Treated, No Charges Will Be Authorized Before His ReleaseThe duration of his treatment is unknown, and police say no charges will be authorized until his release. 
SUV Crashes Into Woodfield Mall, Slamming Into Stores, KiosksAn SUV smashed into Woodfield Mall and drove down the main hallway, slamming into a kiosk and stores, sending panicked shoppers scrambling for safety.
Woodfield Mall To Stay Open 29 Hours StraightStores in the mall took advantage of the Thanksgiving rush by opening at 5 p.m. instead of 6 p.m. this year.