A five-car accident along Route 41 in North Chicago, Illinois, on April 14, 2012, left one man dead and others injured. The accident apparently was caused by a wrong-way driver.
Details on the accident and its causes appear somewhat limited.
The man who died has been identified as James Stallworth, of Evanston.
The five vehicles in the accident included three sedans, a Ford Explorer, and a van.
Additional details and possible updates can be found in the April 15 Lake County News-Sun article titled “Fatal crash on Route 41 caused by victim driving wrong-way.”
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