A Minooka man was killed in a Saturday afternoon wreck that sent many others to area hospitals.
Six ambulances transported motorists and passengers to three area hospitals following the massive crash at the intersection of Route 126 and County Line Road.
The 2:30 p.m. collision involved a sport utility vehicle, a passenger car and a motorcycle, said a state police sergeant.
The Minooka man was on the motorcycle, the sergeant said.
The sergeant was not sure how many were injured in the crash but said they were taken to Rush-Copley Medical Center in Aurora, Provena Saint Joseph Medical Center in Joliet, and to Adventist Bolingbrook Hospital.
The Minooka man was taken to Rush-Copley where he was pronounced dead Saturday afternoon.
Three people reportedly were pinned and trapped inside at least one vehicle, and another person was ejected from a vehicle.
Plainfield police assisted state troopers in handling traffic in the wake of the wreck.
The state police sergeant said additional information would be made available Sunday.
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