CHICAGO — A man was killed in a crash in front of the Loyola University Chicago sign Monday morning.
The accident happened just before 3 a.m. in the 6400 block of North Sheridan.
Chicago police confirm that a man was killed on impact. A Loyola University spokesman said the man was neither a student nor a staff member. Police have not released his identity.
The “Chicago” portion of the university sign is missing after the wreckage. The vehicle remains on scene for investigation.
Sheridan was closed from Broadway to Granville while the crash was cleaned up. CTA also rerouted the No. 136, No. 147, and No. 151 buses.
Fatal Crash in front of "Loyola University Chicago" sign where Sheridan curves. "Chicago" portion of sign missing after wreckage; vehicle remains on scene for investigation.
Sheridan CLOSED Broadway to Granville. CTA re-routing #136, #147, and #151 buses pic.twitter.com/9YGf45BuPN
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