Two Dead And One 11 Year-Old Girl In Hospital After Dover Crash - 47 ABC - Delmarva's Choice

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DOVER, Del. - Delaware State Police are investigating a fatal head on collision that has left two men dead and an 11 year-old girl in the hospital with serious injuries

Saturday night at 11:15 PM, police say a 2010 Toyota Yaris was traveling north on State Rt. 1 when it was hit by a Ford Mustang traveling south in the northbound lanes. Both vehicles swerved simultaneously and then struck head on. After the impact the vehicles traveled south together and came to rest engulfed in flames.

The driver of the Yaris, David Stoms, 37, of Middletown, who was properly restrained, was pronounced dead at the scene. Stoms passenger, his 11-year-old daughter, who was wearing her seatbelt in the backseat, was transported to Kent General Hospital, and then flown to The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, where she was admitted with serious injuries.

The driver of the Mustang, Matthew Bair, 28, of Felton, was transported to Kent General Hospital after the collision and pronounced dead shortly thereafter.

The investigation is still underway, there's no information on whether or not alcohol was involved.

State Rt. 1 northbound was closed for approximately five hours as Troopers investigated and cleared the crash. The Collision Reconstruction Unit continues to investigate.

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