Rollover Crash After Jeep Wrangler Driver Slush-Slides into Tree on Rand Rd East of Palatine Road Arlington Heights

Rollover black Jeep Wrangler after crash with a parkway tree on Rand Road in Arlington Heights
Rollover black Jeep Wrangler after crash with a parkway tree on Rand Road in Arlington Heights.

Jeep Wrangler rollover after slush-slide into tree on Rand Road in Arlington Heights during the Monday morning rush February 22, 2022.

Police firefighter, paramedics from Arlington Heights responded about 6:35 a.m. Monday, February 22, 2020 to a report of a rollover crash with injuries in the block of 700 East Rand Road near Casey Automotive and Pavlis Furs in Arlington Heights.

The first fire crew on arrival reported a vehicle on its side. Firefighters and paramedics stabilized the Jeep Wrangler and extricated the driver, who was transported to Northwest Community Hospital with injuries that initially appeared to be non-life-threatening.




The crash was affecting traffic on eastbound Rand Road (US12) with a right lane closure.

A witness reported that the driver attempted to pass on the right, and slid into a parkway tree. The Jeep bounced off the tree and then rolled over onto the passenger side in the eastbound lanes of Rand Road (US-12).

Another fine example of applied street physics by Hillside Towing.

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Rollover black Jeep Wrangler after crash with a parkway tree on Rand Road in Arlington Heights
Rollover black Jeep Wrangler after crash with a parkway tree on Rand Road in Arlington Heights.

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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