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Woman, Child Injured in Route 126 Accident

The rear-end crash happened around 10 a.m. at Route 126 and Ridge Road in Plainfield.

Two people were injured in a crash Sunday morning at Route 126 and Ridge Roads.

Plainfield Deputy Fire Chief Jon Stratton said two cars were heading east on Route 126 when the rear-end collision happened around 10 a.m.

The driver of the vehicle that was hit, a 53-year-old woman was taken to Rush-Copley Hospital in Aurora in good condition, according to Stratton.

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The second vehicle was carrying a woman in her 70s and granddaughter. The girl, 11, was also taken to Copley in good condition, Stratton said.

Stratton said Kendall County Sheriff’s Police responded to the accident. No details on the cause of the accident were available Sunday afternoon.

The Sunday morning crash was just the latest in a series of accidents along a roughly three-mile stretch of Route 126.

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  • State Police: No Charges in Fatal Crash

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Editor's note: Due to inaccurate information provided by the Plainfield Fire Protection District, an earlier version of this story gave an incorrect age for the driver of the vehicle that was hit. Her correct age is 53.

Firemanfred1921 October 07, 2012 at 11:54 PM
Where's the story about the whole intersection being reconstructed? It's in the process but what's the status? Yet the Patch continues to report these minor injury accidents, bulls crossing the road, ducks crossing the road, buses causing traffic delays. Inform the public as to how improvements are in progress and how the fire district spends tax funds. Shannon, when will you start reporting on how the fire district spends 11% of the property tax bills for people who live in the fire district. The spending of the tax dollars has a far bigger impact than these stories you post on ducks, bulls, and minor to no injury accidents. Next meeting is this Tuesday night. I doubt Deputy Fire Chief Jon Stratton will be so fast to call and tell you how they spent their money.
Working Man October 08, 2012 at 03:12 AM
Fireman. Please tell us more?
Jessica October 08, 2012 at 03:50 AM
Fireman, Couldn't agree with you more!
GJ October 08, 2012 at 01:14 PM
Fireman, you are the greatest
Ray October 08, 2012 at 05:58 PM
FF1921 can you clarify your 11% comment? The way it reads it doesn't seem so bad to me so I'm clearly not understanding it becasue based on thsi and some of your other posts you are clearly upset about something. I just can't figure out what. Even a link to a different article where you explain what you telling us would be appreciated.
Cindy October 19, 2012 at 12:35 PM
I only clicked on this article because I knew Fres would have something to say about it!!

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