Maureen Wener Death – Maureen Wener, the former Library Board Trustee of Deerfield – Public School District has been identified as the bicyclist who passed away tragically in Highland Park, Illinois accident Friday. Maureen Wener, of Deerfield IL, died after she was struck by a vehicle on Deerfield Road. The deadly incident happened on Friday, May 2, 2023. Law enforcement agencies were called to the scene of a bicycle accident. Officers arrived at the location at the intersection of Deerfield and Piccadilly and located a woman suffering from crash trauma.
The mother of one was transported to the Condell Medical Center in Libertyville where she succumbed to her injuries, according to Highland Park Mayor Nancy Rotering. The incident happened at approximately 12:40 p.m. Highland Park Mayor Nancy Rotering stated on Facebook that police and firefighters went to the intersection of Deerfield and Piccadilly Road. According to Rotering, the vehicle involved fled the scene before law enforcement agencies arrived. Deerfield Road reopened many hours after the accident.
Maureen Wener was a former president and secretary on the Executive Committee – West Deerfield Democratic Committeepersons. In March 2015, she was elected as the Library Board Trustee. Anyone with information on the crash can call 847-432-7730 or email [email protected].
Maureen Wener Obituary and Funeral Arrangements will be Released by the Family
ALSO READ: A motorcycle rider was killed in an early incident at a St. Paul crossroads.
A biker was killed in a collision with another car at a busy crossroads in St. Paul on Wednesday morning. According to the St. Paul Police Department, the biker, a guy in his 40s, collided with the other car at 11 a.m. at the junction of Ford Parkway and Cleveland Avenue. Officers came and discovered the victim was “gravely injured” and attempted first assistance. He was eventually pronounced dead on the scene. The man has not been identified publicly by police. According to the agency, the second driver was not inebriated. However, the cause of the incident is still being investigated, and witnesses are being identified.
Numerous retail establishments surround the crossroads in the Highland Park neighborhood. The Highland Park neighborhood crossroads is flanked by a variety of retail establishments and restaurants, including a Target, Panera Bread, Half-Price Books, Patina, and others, and is immediately east of the proposed development at the former Ford site.
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