GREENWOOD, Del. (AP) — A two-car collision on a Delaware highway has left one driver dead and another motorist critically injured.
Delaware State Police reported the accident happened about 6 p.m. Saturday, when a Kia subcompact car traveling southbound on U.S. Highway 13 and preparing to turn left pulled out into the path of a northbound Ford SUV. The Ford rolled over several times before resting upside down in the southbound lane.
The Ford's male driver was pronounced dead at the scene, while a male passenger was ejected from the vehicle. The police said in a news release Sunday the passenger was in critical condition at Christiana Hospital.
The Kia's driver was treated for non-life-threatening injuries and released.
Police haven't released the names of those involved and said the crash was being investigated.
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