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UPDATE: Second Person Dies After Christmas Eve Car Crash

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DOVER, Del. - Another person has died after a fatal Christmas eve crash in Dover. Delaware State Police tell us that a second person has died after injuries sustained in a December 24th crash that happened on South State Street and Tall Pines Drive.

The incident is still under investigation. In the initial press release, Police said that Angela Francisco, 38, of Dover, was driving a Nissan 350Z on South State Street, when it skid, and hit a Chevrolet Monte Carlo driven by David Martin, 63, of Magnolia.

Fanscisco, who was not wearing a seat belt, was initially admitted to Christiana Hospital, where in January 7th, she succumbed to her injuries.

Martin, who was wearing a seat belt, remains at Kent General Hospital, where he is listed in serious condition. Martin's passenger, Carol Reppond, 54, of Magnolia, who was not properly restrained, was pronounced dead after being transported from the scene to Kent General.

The DSP's preliminary investigation suggested that alcohol may have been a factor in the crash.

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