Officials Update White Clay Creek Head-On Crash, Infant Transported

Newark  – At approximately 4:35 pm New Castle County Paramedics, Aetna Hose, Hook and Ladder Company and Hockessin Fire Company were dispatched to the intersection of Thompson Station Road and Hopkins Bridge Road in Newark for a motor vehicle crash involving multiple patients.

Upon arrival New Castle County Paramedics found a motor vehicle crash involving two cars and three patients. The first patient, an infant, was evaluated on scene without injuries. The patient was transported to Alfred I. DuPont Children’s Hospital via Hockessin Fire Company ambulance accompanied by New Castle County Paramedics. The patient was in stable condition at the time of transport.

The second patient, 60 year old female, was evaluated on scene by New Castle County Paramedics and suffered minor injuries. The patient was transported via Aetna Hose, Hook and Ladder Company ambulance accompanied by emergency medical technicians (EMT’s). The patient was in stable condition at the time of transport.

The third patient, 39 year old male, was evaluated by New Castle County Paramedics on scene without injuries. The patient refused transport to hospital.

Breaking Report

White Clay Creek – At approximately 4:30 this afternoon crews from New Castle County Paramedics, Hockessin Fire Company, Aetna Hose, Hook and Ladder, DENRC Park Rangers and New Castle County Police were dispatched to the intersection of Thompson Station Road and Pleasant Hill Road for a motor vehicle crash with a reported rollover.

Arriving crews found two vehicles with heavy damage from a head-on collision.  Early reports indicated that one vehicle was down the embankment. We can not confirm that at this time.  Crews worked to treat three patients. It’s believed that all three patients have been transported to the hospital.

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