Updated 1:40 p.m.
The Kendall County State's Attorney's office has approved two more charges of aggravated driving under the influence of alcohol against Anthony M. Lloyd of Plainfield, according to an Oswego Police news release Friday afternoon.
Lloyd was released from Rush-Copley Medical Center early Friday afternoon and taken into custody by Oswego Police. He was taken to the Kendall County Public Safety Center in Yorkville and faces a bond hearing set for Saturday morning.
In all three other people were taken to Rush-Copley with some of them requiring extrication from their vehicles. Three others were treated at the scene, according to Oswego Police Media Relations Officer Rob Sherwood.
According to police, Lloyd, 13233 Millbank Drive, Plainfield, is accused of causing the five-car accident that closed Route 30 Thursday afternoon for several hours. He also is facing driving while license revoked and disobeying a no passing zone charges. Route 30 was closed from about 3 to 5:30 p.m.
Those injured included a 38-year-old Tinley Park man, a 54-year-old Aurora woman and a 30-year-old Plainfield woman. The condition of the victims has yet to be released by the hospital. According to Rush-Copley Spokeswoman Courtney Satlak, the Tinley Park man and Aurora woman are both in fair condition and the Plainfield woman was treated and released.