Three-Vehicle Crash at Rand Rd and Euclid Ave Arlington Heights and Mount Prospect


Crash scene with paramedics assessing crash victims and police interviewing people involved in the crash and directing traffic at Rand Road and Euclid Avenue, Arlington Heights.

Police from Arlington Heights and Mount Prospect and firefighter/paramedics from Arlington Heights responded about 9:38 p.m. to a report of a crash, and a few minutes later to a report of a crash with entrapment. Police first on the scene reported no entrapment.

Firefighter/paramedics on arrival discovered three vehicles with moderate to severe damage at the northeast corner of the intersection.

Firefighter/paramedics did not need to use extrication tools. Several people were assessed by paramedics, and at least one person was transported to Northwest Community Hospital. Injuries did not initially appear to be life-threatening.

Prospect Heights Police Department also assisted at the scene.

Initially there was no word on the cause of the crash.


The information in this article is an early report published before any summary information was confirmed or released by police or fire authorities.


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