On Monday, October 20, 2014, a rollover automobile accident occurred when an unknown vehicle struck an SUV. The accident happened in the 2600 block of Alfred Park Drive in Kenosha, near the campus of Carthage College. According to Kenosha Police, the SUV and the unknown vehicle were traveling in the same direction when the vehicles collided with each other, causing the SUV to roll over. The driver of the unknown vehicle fled the scene of the accident. There were 5 passengers inside the SUV, but the only person who sustained significant injuries as a result of the crash was the driver of the SUV, who was taken by ambulance to Kenosha Memorial Hospital and then by Flight for Life to Froedtert Hospital in Milwaukee. Anyone with information about this incident can contact the Kenosha Police Department at (262) 656-1234.
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