Press Release- Sheriff’s Office Investigating Two-Vehicle Crash

1/11/2018 12:00:00 AM

Eight passengers on a Pioneer Center Bus were transported for minor injuries and precautionary measures after a two-vehicle crash in unincorporated Woodstock Thursday morning which drew personnel from 11 different fire districts and the Sheriff's Office.

 At 8:14 a.m., on January 11th, 2018, police and fire units responded to the scene of a two vehicle crash in the intersection of Franklinville Road and Perkins Road in unincorporated Seneca Township.    Rescue units represented included Woodstock Fire Protection District; Union Fire Protection District; Wonder Lake Fire Protection District; Huntley Fire Protection District; Crystal Lake Fire Protection District; Marengo Fire Protection District; Harvard Fire Protection District; Nunda Township Fire Protection District; McHenry Fire Protection District; Spring Grove Fire Protection District; and Cary Fire Protection District.

 Preliminary investigation indicated that a 2016 Ford F450 Bus, driven by Celetra Moses, 24, was traveling eastbound on Perkins Road and had stopped at the stop sign.  A 2014 Hyundai Santa Fe, driven by a 52-year-old woman, was traveling northbound on Franklinville Road and did not have a stop sign.  Celetra failed to yield to the Hyundai and proceeded into the intersection where the two vehicles collided.   

 The eight passengers of the Ford were transported by ambulance to Centegra Hospitals in Huntley, Woodstock, and McHenry for minor injuries and precautionary measures.  The driver of the Ford was issued a citation for Failure to Yield at an Intersection. Alcohol is not suspected as playing a role in the crash.

 2016 Ford F450 Bus                                                  2014 Hyundai Santa Fe

Celetra Moses                                                             52-year-old woman

24-year-old                                                                  Marengo, IL

Woodstock, IL


The charges against this individual are merely allegations against her. All defendants are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.





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