A single-vehicle crash destroyed a traffic signal and a control box, leaving the intersection of Route 41 and Route 60 in Lake Forest without working traffic signals Sunday morning. | Photo Submitted to Lake and McHenry County Scanner

Traffic has resumed as normal at a major intersection in Lake Forest after crews repaired the traffic lights following a truck that crashed into a light pole and control box.

The Lake Forest Police Department and Lake Forest Fire Department responded around 2:23 a.m. Sunday to Route 41 and Route 60 for a single-vehicle crash.

First responders arrived and found a black 2021 Ford Ranger pickup truck off the roadway with heavy front-end damage, according to Lake Forest Deputy Police Chief Kevin Zelk.

Both occupants were assessed by the Lake Forest Fire Department but they refused treatment.

An investigation showed the Ford, driven by Analisa Sada, 21, of Hammond Indiana, was traveling southbound on Route 41 approaching Route 60, Zelk said.

The Ford left the roadway and then struck a traffic light pole and an IDOT traffic signal control box.

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The Ford came to a stop in the wooded area between Route 41 and Ridge Road.

Zelk said officers identified signs of impairment from Sada and arrested her.

She was charged with two counts of driving under the influence, unlawful possession of cannabis in a motor vehicle, attempt possession of a controlled substance and additional traffic offenses.

Sada was processed and released from custody with a notice to appear. She is scheduled to appear in court on December 15.

The IDOT control box struck was destroyed in the crash, rendering the intersection without any working traffic signals, Zelk said.

The Lake Forest Police Department requested assistance from multiple surrounding police agencies to assist with traffic control.

Route 41, a major thoroughfare in the county, was monitored by police officers directing traffic as service was repaired Sunday morning by IDOT and Meade Electric.

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Crews completed the repair around 11:45 a.m. and all traffic control devices were working properly.

The Lake County Sheriff’s Office Auxiliary Deputy Unit, Lake Bluff Police Department, Highland Park Police Department, Riverwoods Police Department, Lincolnshire Police Department and Deerfield Police Department assisted at the scene.