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23-year-old North Aurora woman dies in Geneva crash with truck

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  • A 23-year-old North Aurora woman was killed early Wednesday in a crash on Fabyan Parkway in Geneva, police said.

      A 23-year-old North Aurora woman was killed early Wednesday in a crash on Fabyan Parkway in Geneva, police said.
    Courtesy of ABC 7

  • A 23-year-old North Aurora woman was killed early Wednesday in a crash on Fabyan Parkway in Geneva, police said.

      A 23-year-old North Aurora woman was killed early Wednesday in a crash on Fabyan Parkway in Geneva, police said.
    Courtesy of ABC 7

 
 

A 23-year-old woman was killed early Wednesday morning when the car which she was driving was struck by a truck on Fabyan Parkway in Geneva.

According to Geneva police, Monica L. Warner was turning left out of a private driveway around 6 a.m. Wednesday on the south side of Fabyan when her vehicle was hit by an eastbound Mack truck.

Warner, of North Aurora, was pronounced dead at the scene, police said.

Police said the driver of the truck, 22-year-old Matthew Flood of Carol Stream, was taken to Delnor Hospital with unknown injuries.

Police believe Warner's car might have been exiting from a nursing home.

Fabyan was closed for more than four hours while the crash was investigated.

Warner was a certified nurse aide, according to the state's health worker registry. A Facebook page that appeared to be hers said she worked at Batavia Rehabilitation Center, which is on Fabyan Parkway. The center declined to confirm that.

She was a 2008 graduate of West Aurora High School, and obtained her CNA creditation at Waubonsee Community College.

A representative of Flood Bros. Disposal could not be reached for comment.

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