Four Injured In Rollover Crash That Closed I-95 Wednesday


Officials have released details surrounding the “double rollover” crash that closed down I-95 Wednesday.

At approximately 4:45 p.m., New Castle County Paramedics (NCCEMS), area fire companies, and Saint Francis EMS were dispatched to Interstate 95 in the area of the Little Mill Creek Bridge for reports of a motor vehicle collision with a vehicle rolled over, according to NCCEMS Assistant PIO Emily Mallon.

Mallon said upon arrival, New Castle County Paramedics found 4 vehicles involved, with one vehicle rolled over on its roof, and a total of 4 patients. This was originally dispatched as a double rollover,

• A 25-year-old female was treated for chest and back injuries. She was transported to Christiana Hospital via Saint Francis EMS ambulance in stable condition.
• A 26-year-old female was treated for a back injury. She was transported to Christiana Hospital via Saint Francis EMS ambulance in stable condition.
• A 50-year-old female was treated for lower extremity injuries. She was transported to Saint Francis Hospital via Five Points Fire Company ambulance in stable condition.
• An approximately 30-year-old male was evaluated on scene and refused transport to the hospital. Delaware State Police are investigating the crash.

I-95 NB was closed with the accident was investigated and cleared. The SB lanes were closed as emergency vehicles made their way to the scene and later when crews were clearing motorists trapped by the accident.

Responding Agencies:
New Castle County EMS (Paramedics)
Five Points Fire Company
Elsmere Fire Company
Minquadale Fire Company
Minquas Fire Company of Newport
Saint Francis EMS
Delaware State Police
Area Fire Police

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