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One Critically Injured, One Dead after Del. Crash

Tina Robinson2 years ago

As reported by Delaware Online, a single-vehicle car crash in Georgetown, Del. early Thursday morning has left one man dead and another critically injured.

About the Fatal Georgetown Car Crash

Reports say the crash happened at 12:55 a.m. on Thursday on Sand Hill Road in Georgetown just north of Rudd Road. A 1989 GMC Sierra, driven by Brandon M. Robertson, 21, veered off the road, rolled onto the passenger side and struck a utility pole. Robertson was pronounced dead at the scene.

A passenger in the truck, identified as Anthony B. Huling, 18, had to be airlifted to Christiana Hospital where he is listed in critical condition. Police say both Robertson and Huling were wearing seat belts at the time of the crash.

Delaware Car Crash Facts

Delaware State Police (DSP) estimate 21,202 traffic crashes statewide in 2012 which resulted in 116 fatalities and 7,705 injuries. Traffic crashes cost Delaware tax payers over $485 million dollars. DSP says alcohol was involved in 44% of all fatal crashes. 


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