A man lost control of a car and crashed into a stop sign Saturday morning in northwest suburban Sycamore Township. At 10:23 a.m., a 42-year-old Sycamore man was driving south by Peace Road and Freed Road in a car when he swerved his vehicle to avoid an accident and lost control on the snow-covered shoulder, according to the DeKalb County sheriff’s office. The man hit the stop sign at Freed Road, police said. He was not injured, and no other vehicles were involved.
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