Illinois woman dies after being pulled over during driving lesson in Chicago: police
A driving lesson turned tragic in Chicago on Saturday night.
Police say a 61-year-old woman was pulled over by a car while teaching a man how to drive.
A woman was teaching a 61-year-old man how to drive a Toyota Sienna in a church parking lot in the 5100 block of West Devon Avenue.
The victim was outside the car around 19:15 when the driver accidentally drove the car in the opposite direction and ran him over.
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“He hit the accelerator instead of the brakes,” Chicago police said. The victim was dragged under the car.
He was rushed to St. Francis Hospital, where he was pronounced dead.
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The second victim fell in the back seat of the car with the door open. They were treated at the hospital for non-life threatening injuries.
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The Chicago Police Department told Fox News Digital that the driver was cited for driving without a license.
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