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Motorcycle Crash In Seaford Kills One

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SEAFORD, Del. - A fatal motorcycle crash in Seaford is under investigation. Seaford Police say on Monday, around 5:00 PM, an officer on patrol noticed a motorcycle, where the passenger didn't have a helmet. The officer reportedly attempted to stop the motorcycle, but says it sped off onto Southbound Route 13A, causing the officer to loose sight of it.

According to the report, the officer continued on Route 13A, where about a half mile down, he found the motorcycle had crashed into the back of a pick-up truck.

The driver of the motorcycle, 22-year-old Curtis Fletcher, of Laurel, who was wearing a helmet, was taken to Christiana Hospital by helicopter for his injuries. The passenger, Nicole Santee, 27, of Bridgeville, was reportedly not wearing a helmet, and was rushed to Nanticoke Memorial Hospital where she later succumbed to injuries sustained in the crash. The driver of the pick-up truck was not injured.

Seaford Police say Delaware State Police Collision Reconstruction Unit will be handling the investigation.

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