Driver killed after car crashes into Elgin home

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A 66-year-old northwest suburban man who blew a stop sign and crashed into a home in Elgin on Tuesday morning has died, according to police.

Guillermo Zamora-Enriquez was driving eastbound on Summit Street near Spring Street in Elgin at 8:06 a.m. when his vehicle drove through a stop sign, Elgin police said in a statement. His vehicle was then hit by another vehicle heading south on Spring.

The vehicle finally struck a home in the 400 block of Spring, police said. Zamora-Enriquez was taken to Presence Saint Joseph Hospital, where he later died.

The other driver involved, a 39-year-old woman, and her passenger suffered non-life-threatening injuries, police said. Streets near the crash were closed for about three-and-a-half hours.

Police continue to investigate, and anyone with information should call (847) 289-2660.

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