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Six Injured in Dagsboro Crash

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DAGSBORO, Del. – Delaware State Police are investigating a three vehicle crash in which three were injured around 8:00pm Saturday night.

Police say Shane M. Elliot, 23, of Georgetown, was traveling eastbound on Nine Foot Road just west of Hickory Hill Road in Dagsboro. His vehicle crossed the center line into the westbound lane, nearly hitting another vehicle. That driver, Yasmin Davis, 23, of Salisbury, swerved to avoid a collision but overcorrected as she reentered the westbound lane. Police say Davis then left the south edge of Nine Foot Road and drove into a cornfield where she rear ended another car driven by Brandon McCabe, 30, of Millsboro. After the hit, Davis continued traveling southwest where she hit a home and finally came to a rest.

According to DSP, Davis and three passengers in her car were transported to Beebe Medical Center for non-life threatening injuries. A four-month-old female passenger was flown by helicopter to Peninsula Regional Medical Center where she is being treated for her injuries.

Another 32-year-old female from Lewes who was in McCabe's vehicle was brought to Beebe where police say she was treated and released. McCabe was uninjured.

Police cited Elliot with inattentive driving.

Officials say the damage to the home Davis struck has yet to be evaluated.
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