Two Hospitalized After Talleyville Crash Thursday Morning

At approximately 8:50 a.m., the New Castle County Paramedics (NCCEMS), along with the Talleyville Fire Company were dispatched to the 3600 block of Concord Pike, in North Wilmington, for the report of a motor vehicle collision with entrapment, according to NCCEMS Spokeswoman S/Sergeant Abigail Haas.

Haas said fire department units arrived on scene to find a collision between a sedan and an SUV, trapping the 40-year-old male driver of the sedan inside his car. The man was freed by fire department personnel in approximately 5 minutes. He was treated by the New Castle County Paramedics for possible internal injuries and was transported to the Christiana Hospital, in Stanton, in stable condition.

The 42-year-old female driver of the SUV was evaluated by emergency medical technicians from the Claymont Fire Company and was transported to the Wilmington Hospital, in stable condition.

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The Delaware State Police is investigating the incident.

Responding Agencies:
New Castle County EMS (Paramedics)
Talleyville Fire Company
Claymont Fire Company


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