BRIDGEVILLE, Del. - A man accused of running a stop sign last week, has died from his injuries sustained in the crash. Delaware State Police say that Clarence Fisher Jr., 64, of Milton, succumbed to his injuries on Monday after he reportedly ran a stop sign on Oak Road in Bridgeville on January 7th.
Fisher's pick-up truck was then hit by a semi-trailer, that was carrying live chickens, in the intersection. Police say that the pick-up truck spun out and hit a light pole before stopping.
Fisher was initially air-lifted to Christiana Medical Center, where seven days, later he died. Fisher's passenger was treated for non-life threatening injures, and the semi-truck driver did not require medical attention.
The crash is still under investigation by the DSP Collision Reconstruction Unit.