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The coroner has identified an Antioch woman who died after suffering a cardiac event and causing a four-vehicle crash in Deerfield Saturday morning.

Elizabeth Tannehill, 66, of Antioch, died of a cardiac event that resulted in a vehicle crash, according to the Lake County Coroner’s Office.

The Deerfield-Bannockburn Fire Protection District and Deerfield Police Department responded around 11:30 a.m. Saturday to Lake Cook Road and Wilmot Road in Deerfield for a vehicle crash with injuries.

Emergency crews arrived to find four vehicles involved, according to fire officials.

Two SUVs sustained moderate to heavy damage while two sedans sustained minor damage.

One of the vehicles came to a stop in the intersection while other vehicles involved came to a stop west of the intersection.

Officers arrived first and began performing CPR on Tannehill, who was one of the SUV drivers and was unconscious and not breathing.

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Three ambulances were called to the scene and three occupants involved were transported to area hospitals, fire officials said.

Tannehill was transported to NorthShore Highland Park Hospital where she was pronounced dead in the emergency room.

The coroner’s office said that Tannehill’s death was natural in manner and not the result of injuries in the crash.

One of the surviving victims was also transported to NorthShore Highland Park Hospital. The second surviving victim was transported to NorthShore Glenbrook Hospital in Glenview.

Both of their conditions were not known, fire officials said. Three other people involved declined transport to the hospital.

Tow trucks were called to the scene, which was cleared within a short while. The Deerfield Police Department is investigating the crash.