SUMMIT, IL- The chicago.suntimes.com writes that a woman died in a crash. The incident took place at about 3:30 in the morning at Archer Road and 60th Street on Sunday, December 2, 2018
The victim, 21-year-old Isha Fey Delgado of Little Village died in the collision. Delgado was transported to the Loyola University Medical Center located in Maywood. About three hours after her arrival at the hospital, Delgado was declared dead.
An autopsy was conducted on Monday, which found that Delgado “died of multiple blunt force injuries.” The crash was between a vehicle and a fixed object.
Single-vehicle collisions kill a high number of people in the United States every year. These crashes are all avoidable. There are times where inclement weather makes crashes more likely. Slippery roads and decreased visibility can make it more likely that a driver will lose control of their vehicle or slide on slick pavement, but in most cases,cautious drivers can slow down and take precautions to avoid these types of incidents.
In most cases, single-vehicle crashes are the result of human mistakes. Risky driving behaviors including speeding, driving under the influence, driving while tired and drowsy, or driving while distracted are all common causes of single-vehicle crashes.
One car crashes often involve a vehicle leaving the road and striking some fixed object on the roadside. Most often, the object struck is a tree. The best way to decrease deadly run-off-the-road accidents might not be to attempt to change the way drivers behave, but to limit the number of objects on the side of the road and donot place objects such as utility poles near the side of the road.
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