Publish Date: 2023, 07, 17
GEORGETOWN, IL – An elderly driver and her three-year-old passenger were killed when her car slammed into a natural gas substation near the Georgetown Fairgrounds on Saturday.
According to a report by Vermillion County First, the 77-year-old woman’s car careened into the Ameren natural gas substation at the intersection of Mill Street and North Seminars Street at about 8 a.m. The collision caused a fiery explosion, a witness told WCIA.
The area of Mills Street was closed for several hours as a result of the accident and subsequent fire at the substation, and the supply of natural gas to the city of Georgetown had to be shut down.
The cause of the crash is under investigation. Our team will provide any additional updates as they are released to the public.
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