CHICAGO — A person has been charged with driving underneath the affect in a crash that injured 5 folks, together with two cops, on the Dan Ryan Expressway Monday.
Dwayne S. Harvey, from Gary, induced a three-car chain-reaction crash round 4 a.m. within the northbound lanes close to thirty first Avenue, in response to Illinois State Police.
Harvey, 36, first rear-ended a Chicago police squad automotive, which then crashed right into a Jeep Compass, state police stated.
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The officers – a person, 26, and a girl, 33 – have been taken to the College of Chicago Medical Heart with minor accidents, state police stated. Harvey and the driving force and passenger of the Jeep have been additionally taken to hospitals with accidents.
Harvey was charged with: driving underneath the affect, driving with a suspended license, working an uninsured motorcar, failure to cut back pace to keep away from an accident, improper lane utilization, following too carefully, and never sporting a seat belt.
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