5:25 AM UPDATE: The collision alert for Peoria County was allowed to expire at 5:20 AM Tuesday morning. A collision alert remains in effect for McLean County.
5:10 AM UPDATE: The City of Peoria let their collision alert expire at 1:30 AM Tuesday morning. Collision alerts remain in effect for McLean County and Peoria County.
PEORIA (WEEK) — The city of Peoria, Peoria County and McLean County are under collision alerts Monday morning.
City of Peoria – 8:20 a.m.
If you are involved in a vehicle crash with no injuries and all vehicles are to drive, exchange information and report the crash in person to the Peoria Police Department at 600 SW Adams Street with in 36 hours after the end of the alert.
All parties must be present at the department in order to file the report.
Peoria County – 8 a.m.
If you are involved in a crash with no injuries, exchange information and report the crash in person to the records bureau at the Peoria County Sheriff’s Office at 301 N. Maxwell Road within 48 hours of the end of the alert.
McLean County – 8:15 a.m.
The McLean County Sheriff’s Office issued a collision alert at 8:15 a.m. Monday, according to a Facebook post by the Office. If you are involve din a crash and can drive from the scene, exchange information and report the incident to the Sheriff’s Office at 104 W. Front Street in Bloomington within the next 48 hours.