Newark– Delaware state police are investigating a fatal car collision that claimed the lives of two people late last night.
The incident occurred on November 25, 2020, at approximately 10:40 p.m., when a 2000 Honda Civic, operated by a 22-year-old northeastern man, MD, was heading north on I-95 in the left center lane. north. the Churchman’s Road overpass. The vehicle, which was not involved in the accident, merged from the right middle lane into the left middle lane and the Civic lost control and hit the Jersey concrete barrier. The Civic then became disabled in the north lane of I-95.
The 29-year-old northeastern man traveling in front of the Civic, who was traveling in front of the Civic, shrugged after witnessing the collision and stepped out of his vehicle to check on the Civic operator. However, a 2020 Kia Stinger quickly approached a disabled Civic in the left lane. Stinger’s manager, a twenty-year-old male from Wilmington, Germany, drove his vehicle to his left shoulder to avoid hitting the Civic, but eventually the side stole the Civic and hit the 29-year-old man on his shoulder. After hitting the pedestrian a. He rested in his south left lane I-95, where it was hit by a 2010 Chevrolet Camaro operated by a 19-year-old Newark (DE).
After hitting a pedestrian, Kia continued to drive uncontrollably until it crashed into the back of a 2018 Ford Focus powered by a 25-year-old Delmar woman (DE). In the left lane, he slowed to help the disabled driver. As a result of the collision, the Focus pushed forward and collided with the concrete Jersey barrier on the left shoulder.
The operator and passenger of the Honda Civic were not injured in the collision. The Kia Stinger operator and passenger were transported to a nearby hospital for minor injuries. The operator of the Chevy Camaro was not injured in this collision.
The operator of the Ford Focus was transported to a nearby hospital where he was pronounced dead.
The infantryman was declared dead at the scene of the collision. Both names will be withheld until the next of kin is notified.
In the first inspection, only the south-left lane of I-95 was closed to vehicular traffic. To the north, the left three lanes were closed to vehicular traffic.
This accident is still an active and ongoing investigation. If you have information about the accident, contact Det. Calio, Delaware State Police team 2 collision recovery units at 302-365-8483. Information can also be provided by calling Delaware Crime Prevention at 1-800-TIP-3333 or online at http://www.delaware.crimestoppersweb.com.
If you or an acquaintance has lost a loved one as a victim or witness to a crime, or has suddenly died and needs help, the Delaware State Police Victims Service / Delaware Victim Center will offer you help and resources 24 hours a day via a free hotline 1800 VICTIM (1800 842-8461). You can also email the unit director at [email protected]
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Jason Hatchell, Corporal / 1 Public Information Officer
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