Construction worker hit on Dan Ryan
Sometimes the construction gets so bad, and so do backups, that people actually make better time getting around town in the Winter.
Our other season is upon us now, and it's construction season. It's time to watch out for more than slick ice and snow. You have to slow down because construction workers are on the roads.
The White Sox at the Cell had some construction going on during the off season. A new scoreboard that shows all happenings of all the other games being that day. I am not too impressed, it's pretty, but more light up and too bold.
The other area is a family area, where kids can bat, throw balls, and meet Southpaw when he's out and about over in that area.
There are bronze statues of Fisk, Cominsky and others.
June 10, 2009
Sun-Times News Group
A construction worker suffered leg injuries when he was struck by a vehicle while picking up equipment early today on the Dan Ryan Expressway.
The worker on foot was picking up equipment about 4:30 a.m. in the southbound lanes of the Dan Ryan Expressway near 26th Street when he was struck by a vehicle, Illinois State Police Master Sgt. Joe Donley said.
The worker was taken to Stroger Hospital in serious to critical condition, fire spokesman Joe Roccasalva said. Donley said the worker suffered leg injuries.
The incident happened near where the local and express lanes meet; the driver remained on the scene, according to Donley.
Information on citations or charges were not immediately available.
State police are investigating.
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