Five teenagers, including a 16-year-old driver were injured Monday evening in a single-vehicle rollover accident.
Iroquois County Sheriff's Police investigated at 2100 E and 2100 N Road.
The injured were taken to Iroquois Memorial Hospital in Watseka. Two were air-lifted to Carle Hospital in Urbana for treatment of injuries.
The 16-year-old driver was cited for Failure to Reduce Speed. Sher was also ticketed for Violation of Illinois' Restricted Driving Permit, that's the Graduated Driver Law limiting the number of passengers to one for a young driver.
IMH and Martinton Ambulance and Watseka Fire responded to the call.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Former Purdue men's basketball head coach Gene Keady was elected in to the College Basketball Hall of Fame on Monday night.
Keady began his career at Western Kentucky. He then became the coach at Purdue where he led the Boilers to a 512-270 record. Keady coached the Boilers for 25 years.
"I'm thrilled and humbled to be elected to the College Basketball Hall of Fame," Keady said. "It's a total team effort. I couldn't have done it without my former players, assistant coaches, and support staff."
Rollie Massimino and former U.S. congressman Tom McMillen also headline the 2013 class that will be inducted into the College Basketball Hall of Fame.
The class will be inducted during a ceremony on November 23 in Kansas City, Missouri.
Keady is currently a special assistant at St. John's working for Red Storm Head Coach and former Boilermaker assistant Steve Lavin.
26-year-old Jerrell Wade and 21-year-old Jonathan Wade face a grand jury indictment in Kankakee.
The two Kankakee cousins are accused of trying to kill a man during a mid-afternoon shooting on North Fifth Avenue in Kankakee last month. The two defendants pleaded not guilty Monday but face a minimum sentence of 31 years if convicted.
Prosecutors say witnesses saw the two men shoot and hit the 25-year-old victim several times, leaving him for dead in a local parking lot. The victim was taken to an area hospital but survived the attack.
The cousins are being held at Jerome Combs Detention Center in lieu of $1 million bond.