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DSP Identifies Man Killed in Crash Near Georgetown

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GEORGETOWN, Del.-  Delaware State Police have identified a man killed in a highway collision in Sussex County.

Troopers said 78-year-old Thomas F. Ferry of Bethesda, Md., was killed around 11 a.m. Friday on Seashore Highway in Georgetown.

Investigators said Ferry was traveling eastbound in an SUV when he crossed into oncoming traffic.

Ferry's vehicle then hit a pickup truck, driven by 65-year-old Thomas Slaughter of Bridgeville.

Ferry was pronounced dead at the scene. Slaughter was treated at a local hospital for minor injuries.

It is unclear what caused Ferry to swerve.

The crash remains under investigation.

 

 

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