State police report last Saturday stated that two women sustained life-threatening injuries after a head-on crash on Del. last 14th of February. The police added that the wreck happened on a Friday night at the west of Milford.

According to Cpl. John Day said it was almost 11:10 oclock in the evening when Stephen Meyers, age 43, resident of Harrington, was behind the wheel Dodge 2010 Ram going west along the roadway east of Bloomfield Drive. For an unknown reason, the front of his vehicle collided with the front of a Mazda 2007 MX3 driven by Liza Figgs, age 24 of Harrington who was eastbound bound.

Day said the Dodge overturned while the Mazda caught fire, but a passerby assisted Figgs and her passenger to get out of the vehicle before it was fully engulfed by flame.

Meyers was uninjured but Figgs sustained internal and head injuries. She was delivered by ambulance to Milford Memorial Hospital and later transferred to Christiana Hospital due to her critical condition. Day identified the passenger of Figgs in her Mazda as Meredith Pase, age 24 and resident of Greenwood. She was taken to Milford Memorial Hospital suffering from leg and internal injuries. Doctors considered her condition as critical.

Day stated that the three were wearing seat belts at the time of the crash.

The investigation is continuing, and no charges have been filed, he said.

It was not yet determined by the Collision Reconstruction Unit the precise location of the vehicles immediately before the crash or whether they were running on the designated lanes. There was no sign of the presence of alcohol in both vehicles.

The closure of the area around Del. 14 lasted for about four hours while the crash was investigated and cleared.

Two people are critically injured in a head-on crash west of Milford Friday night.

For an unknown reason, State Police investigating the crash stated that a Dodge 2010 Ram westbound on Milford Harrington Highway crashed with a Mazda 2007? MX3 going eastbound at about 11:00 oclock in the evening.

Due to the forced of the impact, the Dodge overturned while the Mazda burst into flame.

Troopers stated that a passerby assisted two women out of the Mazda before the car became engulfed in flames. Both women, 24-year-old Lisa Figgs and 24-year-old Meredith Pase, were declared in critical condition and immediately delivered to the hospital.

Police mentioned that the driver of the Dodge identified as Stephen Meyers, of Harrington, was not injured.

Investigators concurred that alcohol is not considered a factor, and while investigation continued, no charges have been filed.

Due to the wreck, a portion of Route 14 was unavailable for four hours while investigation was ongoing and the scene cleared of debris.

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Source: Courier Post Online