Major Crash on Tri-State Tollway Eastbound Near Half Day Rd, Lincolnshire, Deerfield — 5 Injured


Illinois State Police and Deerfield-Bannockburn firefighter/paramedics responded about 2:29 PM Sunday to a report of rollover crash with injuries, extrication and possible ejection at Southbound Tri-State and Half Day Rd Deerfield, Il. Police and firefighter/paramedics received a report that a rollover crash occurred in the eastbound lanes of the Tri-State Tollway (Interstate 94).The rollover vehicle was located in the grassy area between the southbound ramp to Half Day Road and the Eastbound (Southbound) Lanes of I-94.


Upon arrival Illinois State Police and firefighter/paramedics discovered one or two patients down in the roadway — apparently ejected from the rollover vehicle.

Five ambulances responded to the crash scene, which was located on the eastbound (southbound) lanes, just north of Half Day Road (Route 22). One victim was in traffic lanes north of the rollover vehicle.

Two patients were transported to Level I Trauma Center Advocate Lutheran General Hospital.

Two patients were transported to Lake Forest Hospital

One patient was transported to Glenbrook Hospital.

At least two of the patients were pediatric patients.

All lanes of Eastbound I-94 were closed at the time of the crash. Eastbound (southbound) traffic north of the scene was backed up to north of Everett Road at 3:45 p.m.

A secondary backup was caused by a police blockade at Route 60 with all eastbound (southbound) traffic being diverted at Route 60. The secondary backup extended north of Route 176 (Park Avenue) at 3:45 p.m.

A crash reconstruction investigation is underway and may have all eastbound (southbound) lanes of I-94 blocked until about 6:00 p.m.

LIVE TRAFFIC MAP of neighborhood to a report of crash with injuries near 42.202497, -87.890199 (Southbound Tri-State and Half Day Rd Deerfield, Il) …


Posted by Emergencies Behind the Scenes on Sunday, January 3, 2016

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