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ISP TRAFFIC DUI CRASH ALERT

The Following Preliminary Information is Being Released by Illinois State Police Pesotum, District 10

WHAT: Two vehicle DUI crash with lane blockage.

WHERE: I-74 Eastbound MP 212.5.

WHEN: Tuesday, January 20, 2015, 3:57 A.M.

VEHICLES: Unit #1- Beige 1994 Mercury Cougar
Unit #2 -White 2006 Freightliner Truck-tractor in combination with a 2006 Wabash Semi-trailer

DRIVER: Unit #1 Cynthia L. Manning, 30, Urbana, IL
Unit #2 Male, Danville, IL

PASSENGERS: 0

SEATBELTS: Yes

CAUSE: Unit #1 was determined to be DUI and crashed into a guardrail coming to rest in the eastbound roadway.

TRANSPORTS: N/A

CONDITIONS: Driver refused medical and was released from the scene.

PRELIMINARY: Unit #1 crashed into a guardrail leaving the vehicle in the middle of the roadway.  Unit #2 was traveling eastbound and was unaware of Unit #1’s crash.  Unit #2 crashed into Unit #1, causing Unit #2 to run aground into the right ditch and become lodged between the bridge supports.  There were reports of injuries.  The driver of Unit #1 was later arrested for Driving Under the Influence.

CHARGES: Cynthia L. Manning arrested for Driving Under the Influence.


All subjects are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

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