1 killed, 3 injured in shooting, ensuing crash on I-88

One man died and three other people were injured about 1:15 a.m. Sunday when they were shot and their vehicle crashed on Interstate 88 in Oak Brook, police said.

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One man died and three other people were injured about 1:15 a.m. Sunday, Aug. 14, 2022, when they were shot and their vehicle crashed on Interstate 88 in Oak Brook, police said.

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A man was killed and three other people were injured in an expressway shooting and ensuing crash in Oak Brook early Sunday morning, police said.

A vehicle carrying four people was driving eastbound about 1:15 a.m. on Interstate 88 near York Road when someone inside another vehicle fired gunshots at them, according to preliminary details, Illinois State Police said.

The vehicle struck by gunfire then crashed, police said.

Demarko Mason, 25, was transported to a nearby hospital, where he died, police and the Cook County medical examiner’s office said.

Another man was taken to a hospital with gunshot wounds prior to police arrival, state police said. Two other people — a man and a woman — suffered injuries from the vehicle crash and were treated at a hospital. Police said the other victims are adults, but did not release their ages.

No arrests were reported. State police are investigating the shooting, and no other information is available, police said.

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