Update: Man Dies From Injuries After Truck Hits Motorcycle West - WBOC-TV 16, Delmarvas News Leader, FOX 21 -

Update: Man Dies From Injuries After Truck Hits Motorcycle West of Georgetown

Posted: Updated:
GEORGETOWN, Del. (AP/WBOC)- Delaware State Police say a Salisbury, Md., man died Friday morning as a result of the injuries he sustained earlier this week in a motorcycle crash west of Georgetown.

The accident happened about 7:43 a.m. Tuesday on County Seat Highway (US 9).

Troopers said 33-year-old Joseph M. Rose of Georgetown was driving a 2011 Toyota Tundra pickup truck and was trying to make a left turn onto Asbury Road.

Police say a Kawasaki R650 motorcycle operated by 47-year-old Eduardo Adrian Giorgi of Salisbury was traveling on the shoulder.

Authorities say the front bumper of the truck struck the motorcycle, throwing Giorgi off the vehicle.Giorgi was taken to Nanticoke Memorial Hospital in Seaford before being transferred to Christiana Medical Center in Stanton where he was admitted in critical condition due to multiple traumatic injuries. According to authorities, Giorgi died Friday at around 4:30 a.m.

Rose was taken to Nanticoke Memorial where he was treated and released. 

The DSP Collision Reconstruction Unit is continuing to investigate this incident and no charges have been filed.
  • Most Popular VideosMost Popular VideosMore>>

  • Second Wave of Debris, Pollution Enter Bay After Conowingo Dam Opens Gates

    Second Wave of Debris, Pollution Enter Bay After Conowingo Dam Opens Gates

    Rain and flooding decimated neighborhoods and towns in Northern Pennsylvania earlier this week. Now, all that water flowing down the Susquehanna River has reached the Conowingo Dam, rising fast and forcing engineers to open up six dam gates on Wednesday. Exelon, the dam's owner, expects to open more gates as water levels peak on Thursday.

    More

    Rain and flooding decimated neighborhoods and towns in Northern Pennsylvania earlier this week. Now, all that water flowing down the Susquehanna River has reached the Conowingo Dam, rising fast and forcing engineers to open up six dam gates on Wednesday. Exelon, the dam's owner, expects to open more gates as water levels peak on Thursday.

    More
  • Selbyville House Condemned by Delaware Department of Justice

    Selbyville House Condemned by Delaware Department of Justice

    A home near Selbyville has been condemned due to persistent criminal activity.

    This week the DOJ announced the home, located at 37920 Washington Ave., was officially declared a "criminal nuisance property" by a Superior Court judge. The DOJ said after three tenants were evicted in June, the property was given its final notice and boarded up on July 31. 

    More

    A home near Selbyville has been condemned due to persistent criminal activity.

    This week the DOJ announced the home, located at 37920 Washington Ave., was officially declared a "criminal nuisance property" by a Superior Court judge. The DOJ said after three tenants were evicted in June, the property was given its final notice and boarded up on July 31. 

    More
  • Unexpected Discovery Made in Ocean City Median Project

    Unexpected Discovery Made in Ocean City Median Project

    Cones and construction are scattered along Coastal Highway in Ocean City. Initially postponed, the median project will put a divider up in the middle of the two lanes of traffic from 44th to 62nd St.

    State Highway Administration confirms the median project is on schedule and is expected to be completed by Memorial Day, but some folks in town have their doubts about that completion time.

    More

    Cones and construction are scattered along Coastal Highway in Ocean City. Initially postponed, the median project will put a divider up in the middle of the two lanes of traffic from 44th to 62nd St.

    State Highway Administration confirms the median project is on schedule and is expected to be completed by Memorial Day, but some folks in town have their doubts about that completion time.

    More
Powered by Frankly

All content © Copyright 2000 - 2018 WBOC. All Rights Reserved. For more information on this site, please read our Privacy Policy, and Terms of Service, and Ad Choices