Eliza J. Levandoski Car Accident: 16-Year-Old Arrowsmith Teenager, Eliza J. Levandoski Dies in Fatal Ellsworth, McLean County Car Crash
Eliza J. Levandoski Car Accident; McLean County Corner Kathy Yoder has released the name of the victim of the Saturday afternoon car crash near Ellsworth.
Eliza J. Levandoski, 16, of Arrowsmith, died as a result of multiple blunt injuries to the head during a vehicle collision, according to Yoder.
Levandoski was the driver of the car and was wearing a seatbelt Yoder said.
A toxicology test is pending and the incident remains under investigation.
McLean County Sheriff’s Deputies were called to the scene of County Road 2850 East at County Road 1200 North near Ellsworth at 3:45 p.m. Saturday on report of a car and semi-truck and trailer collision.
The two passengers in Levandoski’s car and the semi-driver were taken to the hospital with injuries. There is no word on their current conditions.
What Happened at Ellsworth, McLean County Car Crash?
The McLean County Coroner, Dr. Kathy Yoder, has officially named the victim of the tragic accident that occurred near Ellsworth on Saturday. The young soul lost in the incident was 16-year-old Eliza J. Levandoski, hailing from Arrowsmith, Illinois.
According to the reports, Levandoski was pronounced deceased at the crash site located at 2850 East at 1200 North Road in Ellsworth. The initial findings from the autopsy suggest that her unfortunate demise was a result of severe head injuries caused by a collision involving an automobile and a semi-truck and trailer.
Allegedly, she was operating the vehicle at the time of the collision and was secured with a seatbelt. However, toxicology tests are still pending to determine any additional factors.
Both the McLean County Coroner’s Office and the McLean County Sheriff’s Department are actively investigating the circumstances surrounding this heartbreaking incident, seeking to gather more information and provide answers to the grieving family and community.