The 20-year-old driver involved in a at Bennett and Dodson streets drove off Kirk Road in another single-car accident 11 days later, Geneva police reports indicate.
According to reports, Nicole Wiesner, 20, told police she was fixing her shoe when she looked up and drove her Chevrolet Cobalt off the road in the 600 block of North Kirk Road about 100 feet north of Geneva Drive. The accident occurred around 7:40 p.m. Tuesday, May 15, reports said.
On May 4, Wiesner's Chevrolet Cavalier was traveling west down the hill on Dodson Street when it barreled through the stop sign of the T-intersection at a high rate of speed. The Cavalier crossed Bennett Street (Route 25) and crashed into trees bordering a driveway of the home at 224 N. Bennett St., injuring Wiesner and her passenger, 22-year-old Lindsey Vanderheyden of Batavia.
Vanderheyden was airlifted to Good Samaritan Hospital in Downers Grove and was in critical condition on the Monday following the crash. A Good Samaritan Hospital spokesperson said on May 23 that Vanderheyden has since been treated and released.
After the May 4 crash, just prior to the accident. Vanderheyden said she was attempting to wake Wiesner seconds prior to the crash.
On May 15, Wiesner was driving a Chevrolet Cobalt north in the 600 block of North Kirk Road about 100 feet north of Geneva Drive around 7:40 p.m., when her Cobalt left the road and drove into a field, Geneva police reports said.
Wiesner told police she was fixing her shoe, and when she looked up, she had left the roadway. She was ticketed for driving while license suspended and has a court date of June 12.
The undercarriage of the Cobalt was damaged and the cost to repair it is estimated at more than $1,500. Driving while license suspended is a Class A misdemeanor, according to the Illinois Vehicle Code.
Wiesner has a court date of June 19 for disobeying a stop sign in the May 4 crash.
Police Cmdr. Julie Nash said Wednesday that the cause of the May 4 crash remains under investigation.
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