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Two Injured in Seaford Crash

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Wednesday afternoon's crash scene. (Photo courtesy: Rick Stewart, Seaford Volunteer Fire Department) Wednesday afternoon's crash scene. (Photo courtesy: Rick Stewart, Seaford Volunteer Fire Department)

SEAFORD, Del.- Delaware State Police say two drivers suffered serious injuries following a Wednesday afternoon crash near Seaford.

Authorities said the crash occurred at around 3:30 p.m. as Allen Quinton, 26, of Mardela Springs, Md., was traveling west on Stein Highway. Police said that for an unknown reason, Quinton's 1994 Nissan Quest crossed the center of the roadway and entered the eastbound lane, colliding with an eastbound 2011 Ford Edge.

Troopers said both drivers were transported by ambulance to Nanticoke Memorial Hospital. Police say the driver of the Edge, Jennifer Hubbard, 32, of Laurel, was admitted with serious leg injuries. They say Quinton was admitted in serious condition with internal injuries. Neither driver was properly restrained at the time of the crash, according to investigators.

Authorities say the investigation into this crash is ongoing and no charges have been filed. Stein Highway was closed for approximately three hours as troopers investigated and cleared the crash.

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