Wheaton, IL – President Street Reopens After Train-Vehicle Collision


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Wheaton, IL – Police have announced the reopening of President Street following a collision between a train and a vehicle. 

The incident, which occurred at the railroad tracks between College Avenue and Crescent Street, initially led to the closure of this vital thoroughfare. According to Wheaton Police, the street was reopened at 1:09 P.M. on Monday, restoring normal traffic flow.

The original closure had a significant impact on local transportation, with both motorists and pedestrians advised to seek alternate routes. Additionally, train services were halted in both directions as authorities conducted an investigation. 

The Wheaton Police Department thanked the public for their patience during the closure and the swift reopening of the street ensures minimal disruption to the daily activities of residents and commuters in the area.


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