One Injured After Motorcycle and Car Crash at South College Avenue and I-95

One Hospitalized in Newark Motorcycle Crash

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One Injured After Motorcycle and Car Crash at South College Avenue and I-95

Newark, Delaware (July 19, 2017) – A motor vehicle collided with a motorcycle causing injuries to one person on Tuesday evening at South College Avenue.

The incident occurred at Route 896 and Interstate 95 on Tuesday, July 18.

Crews from Aetna Hose, Hook, and Ladder, were at the crash site. Delaware State Police Aviation headed to the scene to medevac the victim and left at 8:50 p.m. to a trauma center and landed at the hospital at 8:54 p.m.

Limited details regarding the reason and how the collision occurred were available.

An investigation into the crash is underway.


If you are a victim of an accident that was caused by the irresponsibility of another party, we advise you to take the case to court.  It is the case when a personal injury lawyer can assist you in guarding your rights and help you navigate through the complex legal system. A well experienced personal Injury attorney finds it easy to pursue the best possible compensation for your damages, injuries among other losses. At Edelstein Martin & Nelson-Wilmington, we have forty years of expertise in pursuing damages for our clients. Contact a personal injury attorney today at (888)-208-8864.

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