Four Car Crash Victims Identified

Men were friends, speed may have contributed to accident

Saturday, Jan 30, 2010  |  Updated 5:11 PM CDT
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Four men died in a car crash in Crest Hill.

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Four men were killed when the Lexus they were inside apparently hit a tree and rolled over early Saturday in southwest suburban Crest Hill.

Police responded about 1:30 a.m. to a crash in the 2000 block of Weber Road and found a black Lexus overturned, Crest Hill police Sgt. Tony Rossetti said.

The Will County Coroner identified the victims as: Shaun Kavanagh, 30, of Plainfield; Adolfo Bejarano, 22, of Romeoville; Juan Pinto,32, of Romeoville; and Anthony A. Maniscalli Jr., 27, of Channahon.

Three of the men were found inside the car and one man was ejected, according to Lockport Township Fire Protection District Battalion Chief John Kure, who said all four men were pronounced dead at the scene.They each died from injuries caused by the crash, according to initial examinations.

Crest Hill Police Chief Dwayne Wilkerson told Chicago Breaking News speed may have been involved in the crash. 

Illinois State Police are conducting an accident reconstruction to help determine exact cause.

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