4 hospitalized after Garfield Park pin-in crash

The crash happened at North Kildare Avenue and West Washington Boulevard, fire officials said.

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A girl died days after a crash June 19. 2022, in Gresham.

A pin-in crash March 23, 2020, in Garfield Park left four people in serious-to-critical condition.

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Four people were hurt in a pin-in crash Monday in Garfield Park on the West Side.

The crash happened at North Kildare Avenue and West Washington Boulevard, Chicago Fire Department officials in a tweet just before 10 p.m.

Two people were taken to Stroger Hospital and two others were taken to Mt. Sinai Medical Center, fire officials said. All four are in serious-to-critical condition.

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