Cafazza accident Bethalto – Specialists have delivered the names of a Bethalto family killed in a two-vehicle mishap close to Fosterburg at about 7:45 p.m. Friday.
As per Nonn, John Cafazza was driving a BMW 595I and halted at the convergence of Bethalto Road and McCoy Road in Foster Township, endeavoring to make a left divert on McCoy Road from Bethalto Road.
Per witness articulations, a 2003 GMC Sierra driven by a 18-year-elderly person was voyaging east on McCoy Road at a high pace and neglected to stop at the convergence’s stop sign. The Sierra slammed into the driver’s side of the BMW.
The Cafazza family was articulated dead at the scene by Madison County Coroner’s Office Investigator Kelsey Wofford. The other driver, whose name has not been delivered, was shipped to a St. Louis, Missouri medical clinic with non-dangerous wounds.
Nonn said a last reason for death will be endless supply of post-mortem assessments and toxicological testing. The case stays being scrutinized by the coroner’s office, the Madison County Sheriff’s Department and the Metro East Crash Assistance Team.
Three relatives passed on in an auto collision Friday in Illinois.
John A. Cafazza, 55, was driving a BMW 595I when he was hit by a 2003 GMC Sierra while at a stop sign at the crossing point of Bethalto and McCoy Roads, as indicated by an official statement from the Madison County, Illinois Coroner’s Office.
The GMC slammed into the driver’s side of the BMW that was endeavoring to make a left turn onto McCoy Road.
Cafazza and travelers Melissa R. Cafazza, 52, and Dominic J. Cafazza, 12, were articulated dead at the scene by Madison County Coroner’s Office Investigator Kelsey Wofford.
The 18-year-old driver of the GMC was shipped a region medical clinic with non-dangerous wounds, the public statement states.
The accident is being scrutinized by the Madison County Sheriff’s Department, Madison County Coroner’s Office, and the Metro East Crash Assistance Team.