Emergency responders reportedly found a 27-year-old man unconscious following a two-car accident on Michigan Avenue Link.

A Honda was rear-ended by a Ford Edge while approaching a traffic light . A 27-year-old man operated the Honda, while a 34-year-old woman operated the Ford, police said. The impact reportedly pushed the Honda against the guardrail, causing damage to the rear fender of the vehicle.

An eyewitness called emergency services and they arrived shortly after the crash occurred. Paramedics found the driver of the Honda in an unconscious state with his head on the steering wheel, police said.

EMS transported him immediately to the nearest hospital for treatment.

Meanwhile, paramedics treated the driver of the Ford for minor injuries at the scene of the accident, police reported.

Police are still investigating the cause of the crash.

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Glen Levine, from the Law Firm of Anidjar and Levine, comments on this crash.  “This was a serious accident that led to a driver sustaining critical  injuries. It appears that a new, inexperienced driver may have caused this accident.  We recommend that all parties involved speak to an experience car crash attorney to help guide them through the aftermath of this accident.  We also advise drivers to drive with caution and to always use a seat belt whenever you are traveling in a car, SUV or truck.”

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