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The Yorkville Police Division has launched dash-cam video of the chase and subsequent crash that killed a Dolton teenager, following a high-speed pursuit by way of a residential neighborhood in Yorkville on January fifth. The video exhibits 17 year-old Nichelle Hill flea from police throughout a site visitors cease at Omaha and Heartland drives. Hill was initially pulled over by an officer after authorities had been known as to the 700 block of Arrowhead Dr. for a report of the theft of a package deal from the porch of a residence. Yorkville Deputy Police Chief Larry Hilt advised shortly after the crash on January fifth that the offending car had additionally been reported stolen to Yorkville Police on January 2nd. The preliminary pursuit, site visitors cease and chase lasted just below 5 minutes. Dashcam video exhibits an officer observe the car being pushed by Nichelle Hill earlier than enacting emergency lights. Hill stops her car for roughly 15 seconds earlier than taking off at a excessive charge of pace.
The teenager’s automotive then flees at a continuous excessive charge of pace, making roughly 4 activates residential streets. Following an approximate one-minute chase, Hill loses management whereas rounding a flip within the 600 block of Heartland Dr and crashes by way of a tree. The car could be seen flipping no less than as soon as earlier than coming to relaxation on its wheels. Hill was ejected from the car which isn’t seen within the chosen portion of the video. The Dolton teen was pronounced lifeless on scene by the Kendall County Coroner’s Workplace on January fifth. Deputy Chief Hilt stated on the time of the crash, the deputy didn’t see the wreck. Video proof exhibits the deputy was rounding the curve shortly after the crash and the influence level was caught on video.
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