• February 23, 2017

Brock Charles Injured in Rehoboth Beach, DE, Pedestrian Accident

Rehoboth Beach, DE -- February 17, 2017, Brock Charles was injured as the result of an accident where he was hit by an 18-wheeler while walking.

At approximately 12:00 p.m., the Delaware State Police were called to investigate the accident which happened near the intersection of State Highway 1 and State Highway 10.

Reports indicate that 32-year-old Charles was attempting to cross Highway 1 on foot. As he crossed southbound lanes, he entered the path of an oncoming 18-wheeler. The truck driver did not avoid the accident in time, and the truck hit Charles in the roadway.

Charles was seriously injured in the collision, and emergency medical services transported him to a nearby hospital for treatment. He was said to be stable.

Authorities did not issue any charges or citations following the incident. They did not say if any particular factors contributed to the accident.

No additional details have been reported.

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