• September 14, 2023

Woodside Man Killed in Tractor-Trailer Accident on Burnite Mill Road in Felton, DE

Felton, DE — August 13, 2023, a Woodside man was killed following a tractor-trailer accident at around 7:36 a.m. along Burnite Mill Road.

Preliminary information about the accident indicates that the incident took place in the area of the Burnite Mill Road and Sandtown Road intersection.

Woodside Man Killed in Tractor-Trailer Accident on Burnite Mill Road in Felton, DE

According to authorities, a 44-year-old Woodside man was in a Ford F65 truck going westbound along Burnite Mill Road. At Sandtown, a tractor-trailer reportedly attempted to turn onto eastbound lanes of Burnite Mill, and in doing so, it crashed with the Woodside man's Ford truck.

As a result of the collision, the Woodside man sustained fatal injuries. There were no other confirmed injuries.

Most recent images of the intersection available online show that Sandtown has a stop sign and is a T-intersection with Burnite Mill, which does not appear to have a stop sign. Right now, there is no confirmation of who had the right-of-way or whether or not there will be charges associated with the crash.

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