Man Faces DUI Charge in Deadly Wrong-Way Crash

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    Briana Resto, 19, of North Lake, and Monica Hernandez, 20, of Maywood, were killed in the crash.

    A Chicago man was charged Sunday with aggravated driving under the influence following a deadly crash that killed two women and left another one injured, according to Illinois State Police Sergeant Michael Dolis.

    A scheduled Monday bond hearing for Miguel Rico, 20, was postponed.

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    Authorities said Rico was driving a minivan that entered the Eisenhower Expressway going west on the eastbound lanes when he struck a 2001 blue Ford with three woman inside.

    Briana Resto, 19, of North Lake, and Monica Hernandez, 20, of Maywood, were killed in the crash, according to Illinois State Police.

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    Police said Resto was the driver of the Ford.

    Brittney Mouzon, 20, of Maywood, was also in the car and was taken to an area hospital for treatment for non-life threatening injuries.

    Rico, of the 2400 block of South Christiana, and his sole passenger, Jose Moreno, 20, were also taken to area hospitals for treatment.

    Rico was wanted on a warrant. In 2011, he violated his probation in a drug possession case. On Sunday, a judge ordered Rico held without bond in that case, court records show.

    Miguel Rico