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2 Injured in Cecil County Hit-and-Run

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CECIL COUNTY, Md.- Maryland State Police are investigating a Wednesday night hit-and-run crash in Cecil County that left two people injured.

Police said that shortly after 9 p.m. troopers responded to Route 301 north of Sassafras Road for a reported vehicle collision with injury. The investigation revealed that 55-year-old Edger Lemuel Hilton, of Millington, Md., and 48-year-old Vickie Lee Dixon, of Galena, Md., were traveling southbound on Route 301 in a 1990 Chevy Astro van pulling a trailer.

Troopers said a black Scion TC traveling southbound on Route 301 entered into the Chevy's lane and struck it and the trailer. The impact sent both vehicles into the grass median. The Chevy van and trailer overturned while the Scion TC drove out of the median and continued south on Route 301, investigators said.

Hilton and Dixon were transported to Christiana Hospital for non-life-threatening injuries. Kent and Cecil EMS, as well as the Cecilton and Galena volunteer fire departments, responded to the scene.

No further description of the black Scion TC car is known at the time. Anyone with additional information about this incident should call the MSP Centreville Barrack at (410) 758-1101.

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