3:59 PM ... Arlington Heights firefighters and paramedics working at the scene of a crash with injuries at Lake Cook Rd and Ridge Ave Arlington Heights. Report of a crash with injuries involving a silver Ford Taurus and a black Audi. BGFD A25 on arrival reports two vehicles with moderate to heavy damage with one vehicle is in the middle of the road and one vehicle is off to the side.

A25 reports two patients being assessed, but no additional resources needed initially.

Two medical refusals.

Traffic congestion in the area in both directions. Predominantly westbound Lake Cook Road backing up.

Crash also reported on Waze.


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