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Accident On John Deere Road and 53rd Street Results in the Death of One Man
On this occasion, we will be discussing an accident that occurred on John Deere Road. A man was pronounced dead at the scene of a two-vehicle accident that took place on the morning of Wednesday, December 21, at the intersection of John Deere Road and 53rd Street, according to a news statement issued by the Moline Police Department.
The Moline Police Department arrived at the scene of the crash just before 8 o’clock in the morning. Initial investigation indicated that a silver Chevrolet Cruze was heading south on 53rd Street and a black Kia Stinger was traveling westbound on John Deere Road. Both vehicles were involved in a collision.
According to statements made by eyewitnesses, the Chevrolet approached the junction after disregarding a red light and was hit on the door of the driver’s side by the Kia. It turned out that the driver of the Chevy was a man from Rock Island, Illinois, who managed 20.
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One man was killed in an accident that occurred near the intersection of 53rd Street and John Deere Road. His identity is being kept a secret until the Rock Island County Coroner releases a statement about the incident. During the time that it took first responders to arrive at the scene of the accident, all of the lanes in the intersection were shut down.
The Moline Police Department’s Traffic Division is conducting an investigation into the circumstances surrounding the collision. If you have any information regarding this incident, please contact the Criminal Investigations Division of the Moline Police Department at (309) 797-0401 or Crime Stoppers of the Quad Cities at (309) 762-9500. Both numbers may be found at the bottom of this page.