4-year-old seriously injured in crash near Millsboro


Delaware State Police are investigating a serious crash near Millsboro that left a 4-year-old seriously injured.

According to the Delaware State Police Department, the crash occurred after a pickup truck, operated by a 59-year-old Selbyville man, had stopped at a red light, in the left turn lane of northbound DuPont Blvd. at the intersection of Town Center Blvd.

The traffic signal changed and the truck proceeded with its turn with a green arrow – it was at that time that a car, driven by a 51-year-old Georgetown woman, failed to stop at the red light and plowed into the pickup.

The driver of the truck was properly restrained and uninjured in the crash.

The Georgetown woman was transported to Nanticoke Memorial Hospital with minor injuries. She was cited for Failure to Stop at a Red Light, Driving without a Valid License, and Failure to Have Registration Card in Possession.

A 4 year old passenger in the car was properly restrained in a booster seat, but sustained serious injuries and was transported to A.I. DuPont Hospital for Children.

The investigation into the crash is ongoing.