2 state troopers hurt after crashing into each other on I-94 at 111th Street

Both were responding to a crash on northbound I-94 at 115th Street.

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A shooting left two people hurt April 18, 2021, on Interstate 94.

Two Illinois state troopers were involved in a crash Feb. 28, 2020, on I-94 at 111th Street.

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Two Illinois State Police troopers are expected to survive after crashing into each another while heading to a crash on the Bishop Ford Expressway in the south suburbs.

The troopers collided about 9:10 a.m. in the southbound lanes of I-94 at 111th Street, according to Illinois State Police.

Both were responding to a crash on northbound I-94 at 115th Street.

They were taken to Christ Medical Center in Oak Lawn for treatment of neck and back soreness, and were released, state police said.

Lanes were closed for about an hour.

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