ID released on teen girl killed
ARTONVILLE – A 15-year-antique Bartonville woman became killed early Sunday morning after an unmarried vehicle crash within the city of Limestone, diagnosed as Mia Dusick.
Authorities describe the problem as a likely DUI coincidence and feature referred to the motive force, some other teen, on a couple of charges.
According to Capt. Chris Watkins of the Peoria County Sheriff’s Office, deputies had been dispatched to 6700 of Pfeiffer Road on a document of a site visitors coincidence. The avenue there has been closed round 12:25 a.m. in step with records from the Peoria Emergency Dispatch Center.
When the deputies arrived, they observed a car that overturned numerous instances and considered to be traveling at excessive pace earlier than the coincidence. Watkins stated the automobile became traveling east on the time and there had been 4 occasions within the vehicle.
Peoria County Coroner Jimmy Harwood launched Dusick’s identification past due Sunday morning. She become taken out of the automobile and mentioned useless at 1:02 a.m. An post-mortem is scheduled for Monday, and toxicology checks are nonetheless pending.
Watkins stated the alternative 3 younger guys had been taken to OSF Healthcare at St. Francis Medical Center in Peoria for non-life-threatening injuries.
Watkins showed that the 4 had been college students at Limestone Community High School.
Limestone District Administrator Alan Gresham stated the college will offer counseling offerings to college students on Mondays withinside the college library all through college in addition to after college from three to five p.m.
Quotes from the teenage motive force because the research continues
A 16-year-antique boy who became riding, Watkins stated, became referred to for failing to sluggish right all the way down to keep away from an coincidence, reckless riding, extreme riding below the have an on of alcohol, and running an impact uninsured car.
The incident continues to be below research with the aid of using the sheriff’s office.
Pfeiffer Road reopened to vehicular site visitors round three: forty a.m., in step with county distributors.