Police seek help over road crash in North Side

Police seek help over road crash in North Side

Police on Thursday identified a Chicago man as the driver of a car that struck two pedestrians and destroyed a mailbox in North Chicago earlier this month.

Michael K., of the 3200 block of North Lavergne Street, was driving around 3 p.m. July 26, 2016, when he struck his car at a red light, according to police.

A neighbor saw the car’s window open, and when they stepped outside, they saw blood on the roof of the car.

The neighbor opened the passenger door.

An employee of the man’s house was on the porch at the time. He ran to the door with an arm around the man’s chest, and the man’s arm fell off.

When she came back, he had his arm outstretched, her eyes on the ground, police said. He had a large bloodstain on his hand, police said.

Police arrived to the scene of the crash about 4:30 a.m. There were no injuries, pjarvees.comolice said.

Michael K. (Photo: Special to the Press-Gazette)

No charges were filed.

On Thursday, the victim of 우리카지노that crash was released from a hospital in critical condition after receiving treatment.

Police found a car in the neighborhood that was wrecked 바카라with a mail box partially covered in blood from the crash, but they don’t know if it’s where Michael K. lives.

Anyone with information about this crash or its person should call the police report at (773) 793-7700 or Crime Stoppers at (773) 577-8477.

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