CHICAGO — A woman fleeing a domestic dispute in Englewood crashed her van into three cars early Friday, injuring herself and three others, police said.
The 23-year-old woman had been arguing with her boyfriend when she hopped into her Chevy van and drove away about 12:30 a.m., police said. The boyfriend followed in his own car.
After some time, the woman began driving erratically, and the boyfriend stopped pursuing her, police said. The woman continued to drive east on 69th Street, where she blew through a red light at Halsted Street, police said.
The woman's van hit a Ford sedan that was heading south on Halsted, and then struck two parked cars, said police.
The woman and two female passengers who had been in the van with her were thrown from the vehicle, police said.
The woman was taken to Advocate Christ Medical Center in "stable condition," while her passengers — ages 22 and 18 — were taken to Stroger Hospital with "non-life-threatening injuries," officials said.
The driver of the Ford sedan, a 52-year-old man, was listed in "stable condition" at St. Bernard Hospital, police said.
Police detained the 23-year-old woman, and possible charges are pending.