One Hospitalized in Crash on Route 40 in Glasgow

One Injured in Glasgow Two-Car Crash at Route and Glasgow Avenue

Glasgow Two-Car Crash

One Hospitalized in Crash on Route 40 in Glasgow

Glasgow, Delaware (July 28, 2017) – Two vehicles were involved in an injury crash Friday morning at an intersection in Glasgow, Delaware State Police reported.

The accident occurred at about 11:00 a.m. at the intersection of Route 40 (Pulaski Highway) and Glasgow Avenue.

State police, along with personnel from the Aetna Hose, Hook and Ladder responded to the scene and found two vehicles with significant damage.

According to a report, one person was taken to a hospital for unspecified injuries.

One lane traffic control was put in place as officers investigated the incident and cleared the scene

The cause of the crash remains under investigation.

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.  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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