According to Illinois State Police Trooper Jason Shrake, charges are not expected in the crash that near Oswego on Monday afternoon.
Shrake said all evidence points to the driver of the black Ford coupe, 19-year-old Brian Herrera of Plainfield, causing the accident when he turned in front of a semi tractor-trailer heading east on Route 126. The truck tried to avoid the car, but ended up flipping on its side, pinning the car beneath it.
Herrera and his passenger, 19-year-old Tyler Montgomery of Plainfield, were pronounced dead on scene. A second passenger, 18-year-old Alexis Banuelos of Naperville, was taken to Rush-Copley Medical Center in Aurora, where she was pronounced dead, police said.
The driver of the truck, 45-year-old Scott Fernatt of Hodgkins, was also taken to Rush-Copley, where he was treated and released. Police said Fernatt was tested for alcohol, and came back clean.