CHICAGO — Police are investigating after a child and two adults were struck by a car Saturday morning in Humboldt Park.
Just after 11:15 a.m., police were dispatched to the 4200 block of West North Avenue on the report of multiple persons struck.
Police believe a car jumped the curb and struck a man, woman and a boy. The vehicle then proceeded to strike a building.
The adults were transported in serious condition to Norwegian Hospital and the boy was transported in fair condition.
The ages of the victims is not known at this time and the condition of the driver is not known. Witnesses said the the driver had some sort of medical emergency.
Abelnees Quintana was working in her TV repair shop and didn’t know what happened.
“The little kid,” said Quintana. “His mother carried him over there and he was screaming that he was in pain.”
Police are investigating the cause of the crash.