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Dover Woman Seriously Injured in Single-Vehicle Crash

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HARTLY, Del.- A Dover woman was seriously injured after a crash Sunday morning.

The Delaware State Police Crash Reconstruction Unit is investigating the single vehicle crash.

Police say it happened March 29 around 11:50 a.m., as 42-year-old Janet L. Lewis was driving a 2000 Honda Civic southbound near the 2600 block of Judith Road in Hartly.

According to troopers, for an unknown reason Lewis failed to negotiate a left hand curve in the road, causing the car to veer off the roadway.

Police say the Honda then struck a mailbox and a telephone pole, before coming to rest after striking a tree.

Lewis, who was the sole occupant of the vehicle, was removed from the scene by Emergency Medical Services and transported to the Kent General Hospital where she was admitted with serious injuries.

This crash remains under investigation by the Delaware State Police Crash Reconstruction Unit.

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