Seven adults were treated and transported to two hospitals Friday morning after a crash at Kirk Road and Fabyan Parkway.
The crash involved a full-size pickup truck and a full-size passenger van, both of which had to be towed from the scene. The incident occurred at 5:52 a.m. Friday, according to Geneva police.
The male driver of the truck received a citation for disregarding a traffic signal. The driver of the van received citations for no valid driver’s license and no insurance, said Eric Passarelli, Geneva police commander.
Both drivers and the five passengers had to be taken to either Delnor Community Hospital in Geneva or Provena Mercy Medical Center in Aurora. A total of five ambulances were used, said Randy Banker, battalion chief.
Traffic was blocked or narrowed on Kirk Road and Fabyan Parkway for at least an hour following the crash.
The pickup truck driver was headed eastbound on Fabyan Parkway west of Kirk Road while the passenger van was turning left onto Kirk Road, police said.
The truck driver disregarded the traffic signal and proceeded into the intersection, where he collided with the van.
The and the following fire departments assisted with the crash response:
- North Aurora
- St. Charles
No other information about the drivers or the passengers was available Friday afternoon.