A teen fleeing police runs over a Waukegan man who was hanging on the hood of her car: sheriff

According to the Lake County Sheriff’s Office, a 17-year-old girl fleeing law enforcement ran over a 19-year-old Waukegan man who was on the hood of her car.

Following the incident, the man was taken to Advocate Condell Medical Center in Libertyville with critical, life-threatening injuries, according to the sheriff’s office.

According to preliminary findings, the victim was attempting to intervene following a minor traffic collision involving a Toyota. To avoid being hit by the vehicle, the victim jumped on the hood of the Winthrop Harbor teen’s car.

At about 1:30 a.m. Monday, a Lake County sheriff’s deputy was on patrol in the 37800 block of North Sheridan Road in Beach Park when two vehicles fled a business at high speeds. The deputy noticed the victim waving for help from the hood of one of the vehicles, a 2004 Toyota Camry.

According to the deputy, the Toyota driver fled the attempted traffic stop and was pursued by the deputy. The second car’s driver passed the deputy and pulled alongside the Toyota. The Toyota driver swerved and abruptly stopped before fleeing, causing the Waukegan man to fall off the hood and be run over.

According to the sheriff’s office, the deputy assisted the victim while the driver of the second vehicle followed the Toyota and alerted the sheriff’s dispatchers to the driver’s updated location.

While the Toyota was traveling south on Interstate 94, another deputy, a sheriff’s sergeant, and Illinois State Police troopers began a pursuit. The driver was apprehended near Rosemont after a sheriff deputy used Stop Sticks to deflate the vehicle’s tires, according to the sheriff’s office.

According to the sheriff’s office, the Toyota driver and two passengers are in custody.

Sheriff’s detectives and the Lake County Sheriff’s Office Technical Crash Investigations Team are still looking into the incident.

In a Chicago suburb, police are investigating four smash-and-grabs.

Elburn police are looking into four commercial burglaries that occurred early Wednesday morning.

Just after 1 a.m., officers responded to a reported burglary at the Mobil gas station in the 100 block of South Main Street.

The gas station’s front glass door had been shattered. When police arrived, there were no suspects on the scene.

Another burglary alarm went off in the 100 block of East Route 38 while police were still investigating at the gas station.

Overnight, police responded to four burglaries. The robberies occurred at the Smoke/Vape Shop, OMG Mexican Restaurant, and Subway.

At Rosati’s, there was also an attempted burglary.

According to police, the front door or window was smashed at each location. Money and other items were stolen.

Elburn police are looking into the matter. Officials are reminding business owners to check that security cameras are in place and working.

If you have any information about any of these crimes, please contact the Elburn Police Department and ask for Detective Scudiero.

10 hurt in Bronx accident caused by NYPD car traveling on the wrong side of the road while on an emergency call

Ten people were hurt, including two children, after an NYPD cruiser struck a Bronx intersection full of pedestrians while traveling on the wrong side of the road during an emergency call on Thursday.

The marked patrol cruiser is shown in the terrifying crash footage speeding into oncoming traffic before crashing into a crowd of passengers waiting for the bus on Westchester Avenue just after 3:15 p.m.

Lamar Davila, who saw the collision, reported seeing two women “hyperventilating” on the ground and a male lying close to a “lump of blood” on the sidewalk.

According to police and security footage, the marked car, which had its emergency lights flashing, was responding to a complaint about a stolen automobile when it moved into oncoming traffic to pass a sedan turning onto Hoe Avenue.

The patrol car struck the second vehicle as it tried to turn, swerved to avoid it, and then jumped the curb at the corner, hitting a number of pedestrians, according to the police.

A power pole caused the police car to finally come to rest, as shown on video.

The video shows the two officers getting out of the car and starting to radio for assistance as a large number of bystanders rush to the site to assist.

Four people are shown on the bloody ground in another footage of the commotion that The Post has access to, including two who are laying on their backs and hardly moving. The location of a baby was mentioned by witnesses, and another man was heard ordering the injured people not to move.

One of the men is heard saying, “What the f—, what the f—, dude.” “Who the f— is driving,” said the driver.

Ten individuals were hurt, including the two police officers in the patrol car. According to authorities, the injured people’s ages range from five to 65, with two of them in critical condition.

How many people were hit by the car or by falling objects during the violent collision is unknown.

Police reported that a 2-year-old child who was in the automobile the patrol car struck also sustained injuries.

The event is still being investigated, according to NYPD Chief of Patrol Jeffrey Maddrey when asked if a mother and child were among those hit.

The indicated car was parked near to the wall. People were present. During a brief press conference close to the scene, Maddrey stated that this will be revealed during the investigation.

He complained that the suspect wanted for car theft managed to escape following the collision while praising authorities for going “into life-saving mode.”

Of course, nobody wants to see anyone hurt… Sadly, this event happened, but we are confident that they are currently receiving the best medical attention, he said. We simply offer prayers for everyone, the police officers, and the families.

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Multiple Cars Crash 1 smashed Into Light Pole

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Police say that the pole was hit and is now down on the street. Video of the smashed car on the scene where emergency personnel are present. Police on these are responding to a confirmed report of vehicle collision. #MyLifeInTheChi

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