Wisconsin woman killed in Grayslake crash on Route 120

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AWisconsin woman was killed in a crash Monday morning in north suburban Grayslake.

The crash happened just before 11 a.m. on Route 120 near Belle Court, according to Grayslake police.

The driver of a Toyota Echo traveling west on Route 120 crossed the center line into traffic going the opposite direction and collided with a Honda CRV, police said.

Both drivers were taken to Condell Medical Center in Libertyville, where 63-year-old Katherine Foxe of Sussex, Wisconsin, was pronounced dead, police and the Lake County Coroner’s Office said.

Foxe died of multiple traumatic injuries related to the crash, the coroner’s office said. The results of routine toxicology testing were still pending Thursday.

Investigatorshave not responded to requests for additional information and did not specify which vehicle Foxe was in.

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