Two injured and One Dead After Chicago DUI Crash

Brandon Reed, 23, has been charged with misdemeanor DUI after a crash in Chicago that left one female passenger dead and a 4-year-old boy injured. Reed was also ticketed for driving on a revoked license.

Reed was traveling on the 1600 block of West Harrison Street in Chicago when his vehicle crashed into a pole. Passenger Angeline De-Leon, 25, was pronounced dead at Stroger Hospital. The 4-year-old boy was taken to Stroger Hospital after going into shock. Reed was also taken to the hospital in critical condition.

According to officials, witnesses allegedly heard the boy yell out of a window, “slow down dad,” shortly before the vehicle crashed. The accident remains under investigation and Chicago Police say the charges against Reed may be upgraded.

Man charged with DUI in fatal crash,, December 29, 2010

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