This from Dave Weaver:

9/9/17 SUGAR GROVE TWP – Fatal Vehicle Crash Harter Rd. and Scott Rd.
A car vs. minivan collision occurred at the intersection of Harter Rd. and Scott Rd. around 3:25 pm. According to the Kane County Sheriff’s Office, the initial investigation indicates a 2003 Acura was traveling west on Scott Rd. and failed to stop for the stop sign at the intersection of Harter Rd. where it collided with a 2000 Chevy Venture minivan traveling north on Harter Rd. Traffic on Harter Rd. does not have a stop sign. The 36-year-old Barlett man driving the Acura was killed. The 29-year-old female passenger was transported to Mercy Center Hospital in Aurora with apparent non-life threatening injuries. The back seat passenger, a 3-year-old female in a car seat, was taken to Mercy Center Hospital and then airlifted to Lutheran General Hospital. The driver and passenger of the minivan, a 55-year-old man and 60-year-old female both from Aurora, were transported to Northwestern Medicine Delnor Hospital with apparent non-life threatening injuries. Victims were transported by ambulances from Elburn, Bristol-Kendall FPD, Big Rock, and Montgomery. Sugar Grove’s ambulance was already on a call. According to info obtained at the scene, Elburn fire and EMS crews were at a nearby event which allowed them to respond very quickly as mutual aid. A witness told RM911 that a neighbor, an off-duty paramedic, retrieved the car seat and child from the car and administered first aid until the Elburn fire crews arrived. Mark Vogtmann expressed concern over the large number of crashes he’s witnessed since moving nearby and feels a 4-way stop is needed.