A Ring video from a home in a Streamwood cul-de-sac recorded footage of an apparent road rage incident that turned into a hit-and-run Wednesday afternoon (Video courtesy of Dawn Stowitts/provided by Daily Herald). YouTube Tips ⓘ
Police, firefighters and paramedics from Streamwood responded about 3:12 p.m. Wednesday, June 26, 2021 to a report of a crash and a possible medical problem with a baby in the block of 0-99 Aspen Court in Streamwood.
Firefighters on arrival reported the people involved in the crash left the scene and were last scene going north on East Avenue. Two Silver vehicles were involved in a crash in the cul-de-sac.
The driver of a silver 4-door sedan pulled into a driveway with squealing tires at 3:09 p.m. Wednesday, June 23, 2021. A few seconds later another bluish-silver 4-door sedan — possibly a Ford or Kia — pulled up behind the first vehicle. At least four male and female subjects got out of the second vehicle and ran up the driveway. The driver of the first vehicle, put the car in reverse and hit the passenger side of the second car. The driver of the first car then pulled forward into the driveway again. The four subjects from the second car — white and black subjects — ran up the driveway following the vehicle. They pounded on the first car, and the driver of the first car put the vehicle in reverse again, and rammed the second car a second time, and then proceeded in reverse into the middle of the cul-de-sac.
Three of the subjects from the second car chased the first car into the cul-de-sac — one of them dove onto the hood of the first vehicle. Then a second subject grabbed the front of the first car and the driver of the first car sped off — carrying the two people from the second car. The third person from the second car chased the vehicle on foot. The two carried on the front of the car fell off, and one may have been run over.
All three subjects ran to the second car. The fourth person — appeared to be a female/black who stayed with the second car. One of the group was yelling, “Call police. Call police.” Another was yelling, “My baby. My baby.” The black female, who had not run after the first car, took the baby out of the second car and carried the baby to the parkway by 3:10 p.m.
A driver of the second car, damaged on the passenger side with doors open, fled the scene or went to chase and locate the first vehicle. The driver left the passengers behind.
When firefighters and paramedics arrived, both vehicles were gone. At least one of the vehicles fled north on East Avenue. No victims remained at the scene. An no injured people were found.
Streamwood police initially released no information about the incident, and the incident is under investigation.
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