Lawsuit filed against park fight SUV driver

The father of two Chicago teens has filed a personal injury lawsuit against the 15 year old boy who drove an SUV into a crowd of teens after a fight in Durkin Park. The automobile accident occurred shortly after a conflict between two groups of teenagers was allowed to rampage out of control when 51 calls to 911 was insufficient to summon the police for almost half an hour. The two boys in the lawsuit, aged 17 and 14, were friends with another boy who had been rendered unconscious during the brawl. They were attending to their friend when the defendant in the lawsuit drove an SUV into the boys and six other people. As a result, one of the boys suffered personal injuries including a leg fracture, a shoulder fracture, and a head injury requiring 14 head staples, while the other boy’s injuries include a knee injury and a head wound.

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