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Man Killed In Georgetown Crash Identified

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GEORGETOWN, Del. - The man authorities say was killed in a fatal collision involving a DART bus in Georgetown has been identified.

Delaware State Police say on Tuesday morning, Anthony Valenti, 55, of Frankford was driving a 2010 Dodge Ram pick-up truck on Old Furnace Road near Waller Road, when he crossed over into the opposite lane, hitting the driver's side of a DART bus.

The collision apparently sent to bus overturned into a ditch, where it landed upright, and the truck stayed in the road. Police say a third vehicle, a 2009 Infiniti G37, driven by a 46-year-old Seaford woman, was able to swerve an avoid the collision, go into a ditch and stop in a yard.

Police say Valenti, was properly restrained in his truck and he was pronounced dead at the scene.

Police say there were 8 people on the bus, including the driver, and all of them were taken to area hospitals for treatment of injuries sustained in the crash. Six of the occupants suffered non-life threatening injuries, while the seventh is listed in guarded condition, and the eighth is listed in critical.

The driver of the Infinity was taken to Nanticoke Memorial Hospital with non-life threatening injuries.

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