Man Dies After Single-Vehicle SUV Crash, Vehicle Fire at Quentin Road and Hidden Valley Rd, Kildeer


Kildeer police and Lake Zurich firefighter/paramedics responded about 6:40 AM Monday June 25, 2018 to a report of an SUV crash with a tree with injuries and a vehicle fire at Quentin Road and Hidden Valley Road Kildeer, Il. Police and firefighter/paramedics received a report that a man driving an SUV northbound on Quentin Road left the roadway and crashed into a tree. The location of the crash scene is just south of the Kildeer Police Department police station, and just north of The Quentin Collection shopping center.

The driver was pulled from the Nissan Murano by a Good Samaritan as the vehicle started to burn. The fire also extended to trees and brush near the crashed SUV. A second ambulance was requested by 6:45 a.m.

The first fire crew on arrival saw that police were doing CPR at the scene, and immediately took over treatment. The man was transported to Advocate Good Shepherd Hospital in Barrington, where he was pronounced dead.

Lake Zurich police, Hawthorne Woods police and Lake County Sheriff’s Office deputies were also on the scene. The Lake County Major Crash Assistance Team is leading the investigation and reconstruction of the crash. Police did not immediately know the cause of the crash or fire.

An extended accident investigation on scene caused the closure of Quentin Road between Rand Roads and Cuba Road until about 11:30 a.m.

Chopper 7HD’s crew from ABC 7 Chicago were over the scene by 6:48 a.m. as the SUV was still burning.


ENGINE(S): E324  E ??    

SQUAD(S): SQD ??  

CHIEF(S): BC32    3200

EMS: A320  A323  

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