Man Crashes Into Fence In Middletown


Middletown – On Sunday, February 26, 2017, at approximately 8:05 p.m., New Castle County Paramedics, Volunteer Hose Company and Odessa Fire Company were dispatched to the unit block of NCC-PARAMEDICNorth Penbrook Drive for a motor vehicle crash with a subject reported to be not alert, according to New Castle County Paramedic Spokeswoman Yvonne T. Russell.

Russell said that County Paramedics arrived to find the patient, a 47-year-old man, who was the driver of a mid-size vehicle that had crashed into a fence. The patient sustained injuries to his face. He was transported to the Middletown Emergency Department accompanied by County Paramedics via Volunteer Hose Company ambulance in stable condition.

New Castle County Police Department are investigating the crash.

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