Aggressive driver caused fatal Delaware auto accident
January 29, 2009
The News Journal reported a Delaware auto accident on Saturday afternoon which killed three people and seriously injured another person.
A 50-year-old man was driving his Ford Explorer recklessly on I-95 when he caused the Delaware auto accident.
The Delaware car accident occurred when the driver lost control of the car. It crossed the median, went airborne, and then rolled several times before landing on top of Mercury Grand Marquis.
The driver, as well as a 47-year-old female passenger, were thrown from the Ford Explorer and were killed.
The driver of the Grand Marquis was also killed in the Delaware auto accident. A passenger in the Grand Marquis remains in critical condition at Christiana Hospital.
Investigators are still investigating the cause of the Delaware car accident and trying to determine if alcohol or drugs were factors.
The Delaware auto accident lawyers at LundyLaw can help if you have been injured in a car accident.