Alexander Parkman Car Accident – The person who was killed in a collision that took place early Sunday morning on the Bishop Ford Freeway in South Holland has been identified, according to comments made by the Illinois State Police early on Monday morning. The collision took occurred early on Sunday morning. South Holland was the location where the collision occurred.
The officials say that the body of Dante A. Alexander, who was 30 years old and was from Madison, Wisconsin, and who was driving the 2014 Buick Regal that was involved in the collision, was located at the scene of the accident. The authorities also claim that Dante A. Alexander was the driver of the vehicle that was engaged in the incident. Alexander was the one behind the wheel.
The information that was provided by the ISP indicates that the car was heading south on Interstate 94 in the left lane just after 3:20 a.m. when it was involved in a collision with the concrete barrier that is located in the median for reasons that are currently unknown. The accident caused the vehicle to become disabled. According to the statements made by the police, the vehicle continued across both lanes in the direction of the southbound direction before colliding with the railing that was located on the right shoulder.
This occurred before the collision occurred. During the collision, the vehicle’s driver as well as two of the other people who were riding inside of it were ejected from the vehicle. As a direct consequence of the occurrence, a woman from Sun Prairie, Wisconsin, aged 21 years old, and a guy from Evergreen Park, Illinois, aged 29 years old, both sustained significant injuries. Around 9:40 in the morning, all lanes heading south were made available to motorists once more after being temporarily blocked off.