An injured driver in a car accident in Delaware has not yet been identified; police are seeking the assistance of the public.
State police are requesting residents of communities to help them identify a car operator who was injured in a Delaware mishap.
The accident occurred last night at 11:40 o’clock at the south of I-95’s St. Rt. 1. According to the investigators, a white GMC 2002 Yukon was traveling south along St. Rt. 1 when the driver lost control of the car and could not stop skidding towards the road’s edge where it finally overturned a number of times.
The driver was alone inside the vehicle and was not using a seat belt. The impact was great that he was hurled out of the car. He was delivered to Christiana Hospital and was declared to be in critical condition.
Still unconscious, the victim has not yet been identified by the police. He is described as a male with Hispanic features, 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.
Authorities could not find any more identification with him and are at a loss who this victim is. They hope that when he becomes conscious, he will be able to tell them his name and relatives to contact.
They are requesting anyone with information on the man’s identity, to please call them in Collision Reconstruction Unit.
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