4 Injured, Including 3 Chicago Police Officers, in South Side Car Crash - NBC Chicago

4 Injured, Including 3 Chicago Police Officers, in South Side Car Crash

Crash happened shortly after 8 p.m. at West 87th Street and South Loomis Boulevard

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    3 Officers Hurt in South Side Crash

    Marked squad car and a sedan collided in Chicago's Auburn Gresham neighborhood on Wednesday night. NBC Chicago's Michelle Relerford reports. (Published Thursday, Dec. 11, 2014)

    Four people were injured, including three Chicago police officers, in a traffic crash Wednesday evening at the intersection of West 87th Street and South Loomis Boulevard.

    Three officers, all of whom were sergeants, were westbound on 87th Street in a marked squad car shortly after 8 p.m. when they collided with a white sedan while attempting to make a right turn onto Loomis, authorities said.

    Two of the officers were transported to Northwestern Memorial Hospital. A third was taken to Advocate Christ Medical Center. All were in stable condition by early Thursday morning.

    The driver of the sedan, a 22-year-old man, was not injured, but his 26-year-old passenger was transported to Christ Hospital with a head injury.

    The driver of the sedan was cited for lack of insurance and both he and his passenger were citied for not wearing a seatbelt, an official said.

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