Well everyone in Delmar was awaken this morning (1 AM)to a Helicopter shining it's lights down on us. From what we can gather is there was an accident out at Racetrack Road and Second Street and the driver was missing. Police cars all over the Old apartments behind me, so there must be a reason for that. My daughter called 911 to ask what was going on and they only said "We can't say." It would be nice to know if there was an armed fugitive hiding out in our backyard and they were looking him/her. At least we could make sure the security lights were on and the doors were locked and I was armed. This is the way our police/emergency people are anymore. Unless you are in the secret club they could care less if a major calamity is about to occur to you. Fire all their fucking asses and buy a gun to replace them.
From Channel 47
DELMAR, Del. - Residents in Delmar were shaken up early Tuesday morning after a crash led to a power outage.
Officials from the Delmar Fire Department say a driver crashed a vehicle into a home on Old Racetrack road near Bi State Boulevard a little after 1:00 a.m. Officials say when they arrived on scene no one was in the vehicle, which led to a search for the driver.
Delmar Police Department says they have turned the investigation over to Delaware State Police Troop 5.
State Police say the accident caused minor property damage. They also say they are still searching for the driver and the investigation continues.
Tuesday August 9th 2011, 1:03 a.m.
Location: Old Race Track Road and 2nd Street Delmar Delaware
Oper-1 Unknown Male NFD
Veh-1 1996 Tan Mercury Grand Marquis Maryland Registration
Parked Vehicle: Red Mazda Pickup truck
Residence: Located on Old Race Track Road N/O 2nd Street Delmar
Resume: Delaware State Police are investigating a crash which occurred early Tuesday morning on Old Race Track N/O 2nd Street Delmar Delaware. The investigation revealed a 1996 Tan Mercury Grand Marquis was northbound on 2nd Street. The Mercury for an unknown reason continued through the intersection of 2nd Street and across Old Race Track Road, 1st striking a Mazda pickup truck and then a house. The house was located just N/O the end of 2nd Street. The Mercury struck the west side of the residence leaving hole approximately 30 ft in diameter. The operator of the Mercury could only be described as a male fled the scene and was last seen running through Holly Oak Mobile Home Park. The residence is unoccupied and is currently being refurbished. The Delaware State Police helicopter as well as a Laurel Police Department K9 unsuccessfully searched the area for the suspect.
Delaware State Police are continuing their investigation and ask the public to call Delaware State Police Troop 5 Bridgeville at 302-337-1090 with information pertaining to the Tuesday morning crash.