Drunk Driving May Have Caused Fatal Chicago Car Crash

Police said alcohol may have been a factor in a car accident that killed two Chicago men. The single-car crash occurred early morning on November 12 in Burbank, Illinois.

Witnesses said a silver 2002 Mitsubishi four-door car was heading east in the curb lane when it veered off the road. Burbank police said the vehicle hit a lamppost and plowed into the chain link fence of a property.

The car’s occupants were two men aged 25 and 26. They were transported to the Advocate Christ Medical Center in Oak Lawn once police arrived at the scene. The men were pronounced dead at the hospital. Authorities are investigating the fatal accident.

Driving while impaired, either by alcohol or illicit drugs, is extremely dangerous. Victims of such car accidents can suffer serious injuries including traumatic brain injury, broken bones and paralysis. Car crashes involving alcohol can also often result in death. People injured in motor vehicle accidents should contact an experienced personal injury attorney.

Talk to a Chicago personal injury lawyer or car accident attorney today.

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