One person is dead and two others are injured after a car crash in Schaumburg Monday morning.
It happened just before 11 a.m. Monday at Irving Park Road and Mitchell Boulevard.
Police say a passenger in a sedan was killed when the car was hit by a Chevy Tahoe, the Chicago Tribune reports. The two other people who were injured were the only other people in the vehicles. Their injuries are believed not to be life-threatening.
No other information bout the victims have been released.
The intersection will remain closed several hours for accident reconstruction investigation, according to Schaumburg Police Sgt. John Nebl.
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MADISON (AP) — A Republican lawmaker has reintroduced a bill that would outlaw using GPS to secretly track someone.
Under Rep. Adam Neylon’s bill, anyone who secretly placing a GPS device on another person’s vehicle would be guilty of a misdemeanor punishable by up to nine months in jail and $10,000 in fines.
Neylon, of Pewaukee, introduced the same bill near the end of the last legislative session almost a year ago. The measure passed the full state Assembly unanimously. The Senate judiciary committee passed the bill unanimously three days before the session ended in April but the measure never got a vote in the full chamber.
The Assembly’s criminal justice committee has scheduled a public hearing on the new bill for Tuesday.
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