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N.C. Man Charged After 3 Hurt in Wrong Way Crash on I-290

Chester J. Gordon, a 24-year-old from Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, had driven his 2013 Jeep east in the westbound lanes of traffic and crashed into a 2008 Toyota

A North Carolina man was charged after three people were injured in a wrong way crash early Sunday on Interstate 290 near Northwest suburban Elmhurst. 

At 4:31 a.m., troopers responded to the crash on I-290 at York Road, according to Illinois State Police. Chester J. Gordon, a 24-year-old from Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, had driven his 2013 Jeep east in the westbound lanes of traffic and crashed into a 2008 Toyota. 

The Jeep’s driver, a 61-year-old Berwyn woman who was driving the Toyota and a 53-year-old who was riding with her were all injured and taken to a hospital, state police said. 

Gordon faces one aggravated DUI charge, police said.

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