Injuries Sustained in Two-Car Crash in Middletown

Injuries Reported in Middletown Two-Car Crash on St. Georges Bridge

Middletown Two-Car Crash

Injuries Sustained in Two-Car Crash in Middletown

Middletown, Delaware (July 18, 2017) – Injuries were sustained following the collision of two cars in Middletown on Tuesday afternoon, according to Delaware State Police.

The incident occurred 3:30 p.m. US 13 south of Lorewood Grove Road, also known as St. Georges Bridges.

It was not yet known how many people were injured and the extent of their injuries.

Limited details regarding how the crash occurred were available at this time

U.S. 13 in the area of the crash was closed, and commuters were asked to use caution in the crash site while the crews continued to investigate.

The crash is still under investigation to determine the cause.

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