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A vehicle crash in Homer Glen Saturday, April 9, resulted in two fatalities.
Sameh F. Atiq, 20, of Lockport, and Noah Kask, 32, of Homer Glen, died after a reported vehicle crash at the 15000 block of 151st Street, according to the Will County Coroner’s Office.
Atiq and Kask were driving separate vehicles at the time of the crash, the coroner’s office said. Atiq was pronounced dead at 6:18 a.m. at the scene of the crash, and Kask was pronounced dead at 5:49 a.m. at Silver Cross Hospital.
A 38-year-old man died after obtaining a head injury during an industrial accident at Homer Tree Service, 14000 Archer Ave. in Lockport, according to Lockport police.
The Lockport Police Department and the Northwest Homer Fire Protection District received the call at approximately 1:37 p.m. Monday, Jan. 4, that there had been an accident, according to Lockport Deputy Chief Ron Huff. The man was then transported to Silver Cross Hospital where he was later pronounced dead, police said.
Two people have died as a result of a crash on IL Route 171 (State Street) the morning of Friday, June 9.
Juan Huerta-Hernandez, 23, of Joliet, and Juan Munoz Martinez, 32, of Joliet, were pronounced dead at the scene by the Will County Coroner following a two-vehicle collision near the intersection of State Street and Dell Park Avenue in Lockport, according to a release issued by the Illinois State Police.
I am writing to encourage people in our community to join Citizens Against Ruining the Environment (CARE) to eliminate the use of disposable plastic shopping bags in Will and surrounding counties. A major problem with the plastic bags is that only a small percent of them are recycled, although collection bins are available for plastic bag recycling at some major grocery stores. Therefore, our landfills are filled with plastic bags and other plastic items that are not recycled.
Two bodies found the morning of Tuesday, Nov. 29, in a townhome under construction in Lockport’s Sagebrook subdivision have been identified.
The two men have been identified as Marco Ceja-Sanchez, 37, and David Ceja-Sanchez, 36, both of Aurora, according to a press release issued the morning of Wednesday, Nov. 30, by the Lockport Police Department. The two men are thought to be related, police said.
Both men died of gunshot wounds, according to an autopsy by the Will County Coroner’s Office conducted Nov. 30.
Cruise nights in Lockport will be held every Monday evening from June 2 through August 25 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at the Central Square and First Midwest Bank parking lots, located at 9th and Hamilton streets in downtown Lockport.
The weekly event will feature a classic car show, as well as live entertainment. Food and drinks will be available and kids may enjoy the inflatable obstacle course, face painting and other activities.
Lockport residents help support submarine’s mission
George Schmoll of Lockport used to hunt submarines from the air. Now, he’s sponsoring the construction of one.
Schmoll, 69, is a member of the USS Illinois Commissioning Committee, a group of volunteers helping to coordinate events surrounding the launching and commissioning of the Illinois, a nuclear submarine now under construction on the East Coast.