CAMDEN, Del.- Delaware State Police say four people were injured in an early Wednesday morning crash that occurred south of Camden.
Troopers said that shortly after 2 a.m., 21-year-old Matthew D. Givens of Milford was driving a 2011 Dodge Nitro southbound on U.S. 13 when for unknown reasons, the vehicle left the west side of the roadway and struck a street sign just south of Lochmeath Way. According to police, the Dodge continued in a southerly direction before striking a curb and becoming airborne. Investigators said the SUV then struck the ground with its front bumper, which caused it to rotate end over end before it struck a tree on the passenger's side and landed on its roof.
Givens and his three adult female passengers were all transported to Kent General Hospital by EMS where they were treated for non-life-threatening injuries.
Southbound U.S. 13 south of Lochmeath Way was closed for approximately two hours as the crash was investigated and cleared. Alcohol is believed to be a factor in the crash and charges are pending, police said.
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