Three People Sent to Hospital Friday After Kirk and Fabyan Car Crash
The two-car crash briefly halted traffic on Fabyan Parkway. Geneva Police and Batavia firefighters responded to the incident. Here’s what happened.
Two males and one female were sent to two different hospitals Friday morning after a car crash near Batavia’s northeast side, authorities said.
The crash happened sometime after 8 a.m. Friday at the intersection of Fabyan Parkway and Kirk Road, said Ed Jancauskas, a Batavia Fire Department battalion chief. Batavia Patch spoke with Jancauskas late Friday afternoon.
A 56-year-old West Chicago man was apparently driving a pickup truck involved in the crash. He was headed westbound on Fabyan Parkway and reportedly did not stop at a red light, the Kane County Chronicle reports.
The pickup truck struck an SUV driven by a 19-year-old St. Charles resident, according to the Chronicle’s story.
A male and female who were in the same vehicle from the crash were transported to Central DuPage Hospital in Winfield, Jancauskas said.
Another male in a separate vehicle was transported to Delnor Hospital in Geneva. Jancauskas did not have information on where each of the transported injured were from.
Three other people were medically released from the crash scene. One of medically released was an individual from a third car near the crash.
Further information was not available on this incident. Geneva Police were investigating the crash.