2 seriously hurt in Naperville crash

A 51-year-old Naperville man driving a Honda Accord west on 12th Avenue failed to yield at a stop sign at Washington Street, Naperville police said in a statement.

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Police closed Washington Street for four hours after a crash April 1, 2020, injuring multiple people at 12th Avenue in Naperville.

Police closed Washington Street for four hours after a crash April 1, 2020, injuring multiple people at 12th Avenue in Naperville.

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Two 19-year-old passengers were seriously injured in a two-car crash Wednesday in west suburban Naperville.

A 51-year-old Naperville man driving a Honda Accord west on 12th Avenue failed to yield at a stop sign at Washington Street, Naperville police said in a statement.

He struck a Ford Focus in the intersection about 7:26 p.m., causing the Focus to lose control and hit a utility pole, police said.

A male and female passenger of the Focus were taken to hospitals withpotentiallylife-threatening injuries, police said. The conditions of the drivers were not released.

The driver of the Accord was cited for failure to yield at a stop sign, police said. The investigation is ongoing.

Washington Street was closed until 11:37 p.m. between Ogden Avenue and Bauer Road for an investigation.

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