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Three Injured in Rehoboth Beach Car Accident

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(Photo: Rehoboth Beach Volunteer Fire Company) (Photo: Rehoboth Beach Volunteer Fire Company)

REHOBOTH BEACH, Del - A single-car crash that occurred in Rehoboth Beach sent two adults and an infant to the hospital.    

Shortly after 5 p.m. Thursday, the Rehoboth Beach Volunteer Fire Company responded to the call about a motor vehicle accident on John J. Williams Highway in the area of the Lewes/Rehoboth Fire Station 3.

Firefighters said when they arrived on the scene, they found an overturned car with two adults and an infant inside the car. All three were removed from the car and transported to a local hospital. There is no word yet on the extent of their injuries.

Authorities said units stayed on the scene for an hour to clear the roadway and clean up debris from the accident.

Delaware State Police are investigating the cause of the accident.

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