A woman was killed and another woman was injured after a single-vehicle rollover crash on Route 12 north of Case Road in Volo | Photo: Lake and McHenry County Scanner / Google Maps.

An 18-year-old Volo woman died after her pickup truck rolled over, ejecting her from the vehicle on Route 12 in Volo Wednesday morning, police said.

The Lake County Sheriff’s Office and the Wauconda Fire Protection District responded around 7:15 a.m. to Route 12 north of Case Road in Volo for a rollover crash with injuries.

Lake County Sheriff Spokesman Christopher Covelli said that sheriff’s deputies arrived and found the driver had suffered critical injuries during the crash. Paramedics pronounced the woman dead at the scene.

Covelli said that a preliminary investigation shows a 2000 GMC pickup truck, driven by an 18-year-old Volo woman, was traveling northbound on Route 12 north of Case Road.

“As the pickup truck traveled north the driver of the vehicle, for an unknown reason, drove off the eastside of the roadway. She then overcorrected, likely causing the vehicle to roll,” Covelli said.

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The woman was not wearing her seatbelt and was partially ejected from the vehicle. The Lake County Coroner’s Office responded to the scene and has scheduled an autopsy for Thursday.

The passenger, an 18-year-old Wauconda woman, was wearing her seatbelt and suffered minor injuries, Covelli said. She was transported to Advocate Good Shepherd Hospital in Barrington with non-life-threatening injuries.

The pickup truck was carrying a sealcoating container in the truck bed. The container dislodged during the crash and spilled sealcoating materials over the southbound lanes, police said.

All lanes of Route 12 were closed for several hours while police investigated and crews cleaned up the crash. Route 12 was re-opened to traffic by noon.

The crash remains under investigation by the Lake County Sheriff’s Technical Crash Investigations Unit.