Two People Injured In Mill Creek Car Accident
February 9, 2012
An unlicensed driver is responsible for an accident that left two people injured this past Sunday morning in Mill Creek, Delaware. Reports from ABC 6 News say that the accident happened at around 9:00 AM on Kirkwood Highway.
Reports from the Mill Creek police department on the accident say that 2007 Honda Accord, driven by an 80-year-old man, was heading down the highway when a minivan suddenly cut in front of the vehicle. To avoid being hit, the elderly man swerved the Honda off of the highway and into the parking lot of a shopping center. The Honda then collided with a light pole and turned onto its driver’s side. The elderly driver was trapped in the car for a half of an hour waiting for rescue crews. He was finally pulled from the wreckage and he and his 76-year-old passenger were taken to a local hospital for treatment.
The 23-year-old driver of the minivan was charged with driving without a valid license and improper lane change for causing the Mill Creek car accident.
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