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Driver Killed In I-88 Traffic Stop

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UPDATE: Officials have identified the driver of the van involved in the officer involved shooting from Friday, November 22, 2013.

Police say 30-year-old David Cataline of Toledo, Ohio was the driver who pinned a state trooper with his vehicle and was shot and killed by a conservation officer.


UPDATE: We have received more information on the officer-involved shooting on I-88.

According to Illinois State Police, an Illinois Conservation Police officer conducted a motorist assist for the driver of a van from Ohio. It happened on Interstate 88 near Rock Falls at 10:44 a.m. Friday, Nov. 22, 2013. After the assist, the driver called 911 and made statements that prompted law enforcement officials to conduct a second welfare check.

A trooper and the conservation officer conducted a traffic stop to determine the driver's well-being. That's when the driver made a u-turn and slammed into the trooper's squad car, pinning him. ISP says the man accelerated into the trooper's car. That's when the conservation officer fired his weapon. The driver was pronounced dead at the scene.

Both officers were transported to the hospital, treated and released.

Illinois State Police will take over the investigation.

UPDATE: Eastbound I-88 is shut down at the Prophetstown exit.

Traffic is being re-routed on Interstate 88 because of a serious accident involving a police vehicle. Eastbound traffic is being diverted onto Highway 26 to Highway 78 north to US 30 or 78 S to Moline road where you can get back on I-88 at Rock Falls.

Look for updates on KWQC-TV6 and

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