Police: DUI driver causes serious head-on crash in Naperville

SHARE Police: DUI driver causes serious head-on crash in Naperville

A DUI-related crash on Sunday morning in west suburban Naperville left two women with serious injuries, police said.

About 6:45 a.m., a 2010 silver Mercury heading southbound on Raymond Drive near Queensgreen Circle crossed into northbound lanes and hit a black 2005 Honda head-on, Naperville police said in a statement.

The 33-year-old woman driving the Honda was pinned in the vehicle and had to be extricated, police said. She and the driver of the Mercury, 35-year-old Sholanda M. Harris, were taken to Edward Hospital with serious injuries, police said.

No one else was in either vehicle.

Harris, of west suburban Aurora, was charged with a DUI and improper lane usage, police said.

Anyone who may have witnessed the crash or has additional information is asked to call the Naperville Police Department’s Traffic Unit at (63) 305-5379.

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