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3 Sent to the Hospital After 4-Vehicle Crash in Georgetown

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 GEORGETOWN, Del. - Delaware State Police are investigating a four-vehicle crash Wednesday evening that sent three people to the hospital in Sussex County.

State Police say it happened just before 6:00 p.m. Wednesday on Route 9 in Georgetown when a vehicle ran a red light and struck another vehicle that was turning onto Old Furnace Road. Police say the impact of that crash sent the vehicles into two other vehicles that were stopped at the red light.

Police say three people were taken to the hospital for minor injuries. Police say two of injured were in the car that ran the red light, and one was in the car that was the first to be struck.

This is an ongoing investigation.

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