State Police File DUI Charges in Fatal Wrong-Way Crash on I-80
Chicago's Rodgerick Marsh is accused of causing accident that resulted in the detah of a 66-year-old man from Bridgeview.
Charges have been filed in the fatal wrong-way crash on Interstate-80 that claimed the life of 66-year-old Abed M. Bader of Bridgeview, according to a Sun-Times News Group report.
Rodgerick Marsh, 30, of 6710 S. Maplewood Ave. in Chicago was charged with aggravated driving under the influence of alcohol after state police received a warrant for his arrest, according to the report.
Marsh allegedly was driving the wrong way on I-80 between mileposts 106 and 107 at about 12:05 a.m. Saturday (March 2) when his vehicle struck head-on a vehicle driven by Bader. A third-vehicle involved in the accident—a semi-tractor trailer—then pushed Bader's vehicle 200 feet down the road.
Marsh has been treated at two hospitals for injuries he sustained in the accident. His arrest warrent carries a $500,000 bail, according to the Sun-Times News Group report.