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Bicyclist Injured in Seaford Crash

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SEAFORD, Del.- Delaware State Police said that a Saturday evening crash in Seaford left a bicyclist critically injured.
 
Police said that it happened at around 7:24 p.m.

Authorities said that 51-year-old Mark Lowe of Laurel was driving a 2012 Honda Civic south in the left lane of Sussex Highway.  

They said as the car approached Herring Run Road, the side view mirror on the car's passenger side struck a bicyclist who was riding in the roadway.
 
The bicyclist, 48-year-old David Emery of Seaford, was thrown off from the bicycle. Investigators have not determined the direction in which he was traveling prior to the crash. Emery was taken to Nanticoke Memorial Hospital, where he was admitted in critical condition.
 
Police are continuing the investigation into this crash. No charges have been filed.
 

 

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