Man gets ejected from bar, punches window, then dies

A Chicago man is dead after being fatally injured by a window be broke, following ejection from a local watering hole.

Jonathan Banks, 32, was reportedly involved in a verbal altercation with another person which resulted in his removal from the premises by security. Once he was outside, Banks allegedly punched out a window located near the front door.

He suffered lacerations to his arm and a friend attempted to take him to the hospital for treatment of his major injury, but Banks reportedly grabbed the wheel of his friend’s car, causing it to smash into a curb. From there he was taken to the emergency room by ambulance, where he was pronounced deceased. Lake County Coroner Jennifer Banek announced that the cause of death was severe sharp injuries.

This senseless, tragic death serves as a stark reminder of the importance of drinking responsibly, especially in social situations. Alcohol severely inhibits a person’s rational thinking and will cause them to do things like, for instance, punch out a window in a fit of anger. Banks probably did not go out that night looking for a fight, or planning to do something that would end up in his death, but freak accidents like this can happen in an instant and change your life forever.


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