Fan Left Hanging from Sunroof, Suspect Held on $200k Bond


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CHICAGO, IL – A hit-and-run incident outside Guaranteed Rate Field left four fans injured just moments before Tuesday night’s Chicago White Sox game. 

Condelarious Garcia, the alleged driver responsible for the crash, now faces four felony charges. The Illinois State Police and the Chicago Police worked together to apprehend Garcia, who attempted to flee the scene. Shockingly, one of the victims was left hanging through the sunroof of Garcia’s vehicle as he drove away. The car later crashed on the Dan Ryan Expressway, resulting in injuries to the four individuals inside. 

Garcia has been charged with four counts each of failure to report an injury accident and aggravated reckless driving causing bodily harm. Held on a $200,000 bond, Garcia awaits further legal proceedings. 

The Chicago White Sox organization expressed their support for the victims immediately following the incident Tuesday through social media, emphasizing their commitment to fan safety. 


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