State police are requesting residents of the neighborhood to assist identifying a car driver who was injured in a Delaware accident.

An injured victim in the Delaware car accident has not yet been identified and the police are requesting the public’s assistance.

It was 11:40 o’clock at night when the accident took place in the south of I-95’s St. Rt. 1. Based on the result of the investigation, a white GMC 2002 Yukon was speeding south along St. Rt. 1 when the operator lost control of his car and was skidding towards the edge of the road where it finally overturned a few times.

The driver did not travel with a companion and was not wearing a seat belt. The strong impact caused the driver to be ejected from the car. He was badly injured and was immediately delivered to Christiana Hospital.

Until this press release, the driver remained unconscious and there was no way to identify him. He is described as a male with Hispanic features and appears to be in his early 20’s with several body tattoos. The name “Angeline” is tattooed on his left arm while  “Ellie” is tattooed on his chest and under his right eye was a teardrop tattoo. Lastly, they identified his vehicle to have a Maryland license plate.

No other identification was found in his body and in his vehicle. Authorities  are  hoping that when he wakes up he could identify himself so police could inform his relatives.

They have sent out notices requesting anyone with information on the man’s identity, to please call them in Collision Reconstruction Unit.

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