ISP Trooper In A Coma After Being Hit While Assisting With An Accident On I-55 Near Joliet – CBS Chicago
CHICAGO (CBS) — An Illinois State Authorities cannon fodder remains in coma after he was struck reacting to a mishap.
CBS 2’s Charlie De Mar has the story.
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Illinois state cannon fodder Brian Frank didn’t require to be out Monday throughout the heavy snowstorm. He was on his method house to see his partner of two-and-a-half years Lauren Frank.
However he stopped to help with a mishap on I-55 near Path 30 in Joliet, when a black Cadillac with a 20-year-old behind the wheel knocked into the back of Brian’s automobile.
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He was required to the healthcare facility in a helicopter. Frank’s partner Lauren stated he had surgical treatment for a brain injury. He’s in a coma and more surgical treatments are anticipated.
“If any man can do this, and conquer this, and prove everyone wrong it’s Brian,” stated Lauren Frank.
ISP stated the chauffeur who struck Brian stopped working to move over from an emergency situation automobile.
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Up until now this year, 10 ISP team vehicles have actually been struck by chauffeurs who have actually disobeyed the to move over law.
Jobber Wiki author Frank Long contributed to this report.