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Single Vehicle Crash In Georgetown Kills One, Injures Another

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GEORGETOWN, Del. - One man is dead, and another injured after a single vehicle crash in Georgetown, early Thursday morning. Delaware State Police say around 12:55 AM, 21-year-old Brandon Robertson, of Milton, was driving a 1989 GMC Sierra, on Sand Hill Road, near Rudd Road, when he drove off the road.

According to the report, the truck then overturned onto the passenger's side, and hit a utility pole with the windshield. Police say the force of the impact severed the pole, and spun the truck clockwise, before it came to a stop.

Robertson was pronounced dead at the scene, while his passenger 18-year-old Anthony Huling, of Georgetown, was flown from the scene to Christiana Medical Center where he is currently listed in critical condition. Both men were apparently wearing seat belts.

The DSP Collision Reconstruction Unit is still investigating the collision. Sand Hill Road is still closed at this time, while utility crews work to fix the damages pole.

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