Margaret Caliendo died Saturday following a single-car, rollover accident.
A Bolingbrook woman died Saturday in Oklahoma following a single-car, rollover accident. Margaret Caliendo, 50, died in Joplin, MO, Saturday afternoon, according to NewsOn6.com. Caliendo was a passenger of a four-door Toyota. The car left the road for unknown reasons, hit a fence, went airborne for 30 feet, struck an embankment and rolled one time. Ralph Caliendo, also of Bolingbrook, was driving. He was also transported to the hospital and was listed in poor condition, according to NewsOn6.com. A four-year-old passenger was uninjured in the crash. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - There are plenty of ways to keep up on Bolingbrook news:
Courtesy of the Huffington Post, a few ways you can support those affected by Sunday's devastating storms.
Sandy Gerrettie has a personal tie to Joplin, Mo. “I have some people that I know of that live in Joplin, they have not been found yet,” she said. “It’s very scary, you look on TV and it’s like holy crap—it’s just devastating.” Gerrettie, who lives and owns a healing and wellness center in Joliet, decided she had to do something. So, with her friend Christina Repka, of Manhattan she embarked on a journey that will end in at least four trips to the tornado-ravaged city to deliver supplies. “Seeing all of the devastation on TV, our center is all about helping, that’s what we do,” Gerrettie said. “It breaks my heart. There's parents looking for their children, there's children looking for their parents.” Tornadoes in Joplin ripped through on …