Troopers Seek Public’s Assistance With Solving Fatal Pedestrian Collision- Wilmington – Delaware State Police


Date Posted: Thursday, October 14th, 2021

Wilmington- The Delaware State Police Collision Reconstruction Unit requests the public’s assistance in solving a fatal pedestrian collision.

On September 8, 2021, at approximately 4:14 a.m., troopers received a report of a pedestrian located in the right thru northbound lane of DE SR 100 (South DuPont Road), within the area of the intersection with Taft Avenue. The investigation determined an unknown vehicle was traveling northbound on DE SR 100 in the right thru travel lane when it struck the pedestrian. The vehicle continued traveling northbound towards the intersection of DE SR 100 and Faulkland Road to an unknown destination.

The victim identified as Jason Gooden, 34, of Wilmington was transported to a nearby hospital, where he was pronounced deceased.

Troopers request anyone who witnessed this collision, resides in the area who may have doorbell or surveillance footage, or any suspect vehicle information to contact Master Corporal John Breen by calling 302-365-8486 or emailing John.Breen@delaware.gov. Information may also be provided by calling Delaware Crime Stoppers at 1-800-TIP-3333 or via the internet at http://www.delaware.crimestoppersweb.com

If you or someone you know is a victim or witness of a crime or have lost a loved one to a sudden death and are in need of assistance, the Delaware State Police Victim Services Unit/Delaware Victim Center is available to offer you support and resources 24 hours a day through a toll-free hotline 1800 VICTIM-1. (1-800-842-8461). You may also email the unit Director at Debra.Reed@delaware.gov.

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Delaware State Police Investigating Fatal Pedestrian Accident- New Castle – Delaware State Police


Date Posted: Monday, October 11th, 2021

New Castle- Delaware State Police are investigating a fatal pedestrian accident that occurred at a residence in New Castle Sunday night.

On October 10, 2021, at approximately 7:13 p.m., a 2006 Mitsubishi Raider operated by a 13-year-old male was traveling through the front yard of a private residence located in the 1000 block of Red Lion Road, New Castle. The operator stopped the vehicle at the edge of the driveway, and at this time his 6-year-old and 3-year-old brothers, grabbed the side of the passenger side doors and stood on the running boards. The operator yelled for the brothers to get off the vehicle so he could drive. The 13-year-old believing his brothers were off the vehicle, turned right and began to travel north on the west side of the property. The operator stopped the vehicle after he heard his 6-year-old brother crying and observed his 3-year-old brother lying on the ground.

The 3-year-old male pedestrian who was believed to have fallen and run over by the rear right passenger tire was transported to Christiana hospital where he was pronounced deceased. Identification is pending notification to next of kin.

The 6-year-old male pedestrian who also fell off the truck was transported to Christiana hospital and treated for his injuries.

The 13-year-old operator did not sustain any injuries.

Red Lion Road was closed for approximately 2 hours as the collision was investigated, and the roadway cleared.

This collision remains under investigation by the Delaware State Police Collision Reconstruction Unit. Anyone with information regarding this incident should contact Detective Forester with the Troop 2 Collision Reconstruction Unit by calling 302-365-8485. Information may also be provided by calling Delaware Crime Stoppers at 1-800-TIP-3333 or via the internet at http://www.delaware.crimestoppersweb.com.

If you or someone you know is a victim or witness of a crime or have lost a loved one to a sudden death and are in need of assistance, the Delaware State Police Victim Services Unit/Delaware Victim Center is available to offer you support and resources 24 hours a day through a toll-free hotline 1800 VICTIM-1. (1-800-842-8461). You may also email the unit Director at Debra.Reed@delaware.gov.

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Delaware State Police Investigating Fatal Pedestrian Crash- Middletown – Delaware State Police


Date Posted: Monday, September 27th, 2021

Middletown- Delaware State Police are investigating a fatal pedestrian crash that occurred this morning on southbound Route 13 south of Hyett’s Corner Road.

On September 27, 2021, at approximately 12:18 a.m., a 2011 Nissan Versa was traveling southbound on Route 13 approaching the intersection with Hyett’s Corner Road.  The 20-year-old female operator of the Versa merged from the left lane into the right lane of travel.  At this time, a pedestrian was walking northbound on Route 13 within the southbound right lane of travel.  The front of the Versa struck the pedestrian causing the pedestrian to be thrown to the right shoulder.  The Versa came to a controlled stop within the right southbound lane of travel. 

The 36-year-old pedestrian was pronounced deceased at the scene. The identification of the victim is pending notification to next  of kin.

The area in which this collision occurred is not illuminated by artificial lighting.  The pedestrian was not wearing any type of reflective clothing and was not carrying a flashlight.  The pedestrian was also not within a marked pedestrian crosswalk.

Route 13 southbound at Hyett’s Corner Road was closed for approximately 4 hours while the crash was investigated and cleared.

The investigation remains on-going. Anyone with information regarding this collision should contact Detective Breen with the Delaware State Police Troop 2 Collision Reconstruction Unit by calling 302-365-8486. Information may also be provided by calling Delaware Crime Stoppers at 1-800-TIP-3333 or via the internet at http://www.delaware.crimestoppersweb.com .

If you or someone you know is a victim or witness of crime or have lost a loved one to a sudden death and are in need of assistance, the Delaware State Police Victim Services Unit/Delaware Victim Center is available to offer you support and resources 24 hours a day through a toll free hotline 1800 VICTIM-1. (1-800-842-8461). You may also email the unit Director at debra.reed@state.de.us.

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*UPDATE- Victim Identified* Troopers Investigate Fatal Hit & Run Pedestrian Collision- Wilmington – Delaware State Police


Date Posted: Thursday, September 9th, 2021

Wilmington, DE- Delaware State Police have identified the individual who died Wednesday morning in a fatal pedestrian collision as Jason R. Gooden, 34, of Wilmington.

On September 8, 2021, at approximately 4:14 a.m., troopers received a report of a pedestrian located in the right thru northbound lane of DE SR 100 (South DuPont Road), within the area of the intersection with Taft Avenue. The investigation determined an unknown vehicle was traveling northbound on DE SR 100 in the right thru travel lane when it struck the pedestrian, later identified as Jason R. Gooden. The vehicle continued traveling northbound towards the intersection of DE SR 100 and Faulkland Road to an unknown destination.

Delaware State Police Troop 2 Collision Reconstruction Unit continues to investigate this collision. Troopers request anyone who witnessed this collision, resides in the area who may have doorbell or surveillance footage, or any suspect vehicle information to contact Master Corporal John Breen by calling 302-365-8486 or emailing John.Breen@delaware.gov. Information may also be provided by calling Delaware Crime Stoppers at 1-800-TIP-3333 or via the internet at http://www.delaware.crimestoppersweb.com

Troopers Investigate Fatal Hit & Run Pedestrian Collision- Wilmington

If you or someone you know is a victim or witness of a crime or have lost a loved one to a sudden death and are in need of assistance, the Delaware State Police Victim Services Unit/Delaware Victim Center is available to offer you support and resources 24 hours a day through a toll-free hotline 1800 VICTIM-1. (1-800-842-8461). You may also email the unit Director at Debra.Reed@delaware.gov.

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Troopers Investigate Fatal Hit & Run Pedestrian Collision- Wilmington – Delaware State Police


Date Posted: Wednesday, September 8th, 2021

Wilmington, DE- Delaware State Police are investigating a fatal hit and run pedestrian collision that occurred in Wilmington Wednesday morning.

On September 8, 2021, at approximately 4:14 a.m., troopers received a report of a pedestrian located in the right thru northbound lane of DE SR 100 (South DuPont Road), within the area of the intersection with Taft Avenue. The investigation determined an unknown vehicle was traveling northbound on DE SR 100 in the right thru travel lane when it struck the pedestrian. The vehicle continued traveling northbound towards the intersection of DE SR 100 and Faulkland Road to an unknown destination.

The pedestrian was not wearing any reflective clothing, not carrying a lighted device, or crossing in a crosswalk.

The 34-year-old male pedestrian from Wilmington was transported to a nearby hospital, where he was pronounced deceased. Identification is pending notification to next of kin.

Delaware State Police Troop 2 Collision Reconstruction Unit is continuing to investigate this collision. Troopers request anyone who witnessed this collision, resides in the area who may have doorbell or surveillance footage, or any suspect vehicle information to contact Master Corporal John Breen by calling 302-365-8486 or emailing John.Breen@delaware.gov. Information may also be provided by calling Delaware Crime Stoppers at 1-800-TIP-3333 or via the internet at http://www.delaware.crimestoppersweb.com

DE SR 100 between DE SR 2 and Faulkland Road was closed to vehicular traffic for approximately 3 hours while the crash was investigated and cleared.

If you or someone you know is a victim or witness of a crime or have lost a loved one to a sudden death and are in need of assistance, the Delaware State Police Victim Services Unit/Delaware Victim Center is available to offer you support and resources 24 hours a day through a toll-free hotline 1800 VICTIM-1. (1-800-842-8461). You may also email the unit Director at Debra.Reed@delaware.gov.

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Fatal pedestrian accident Robesonia


Police said Friday that they have identified two of the three drivers of vehicles that struck a man who fell while walking his dog along Route 422 in Robesonia.

The man and his dog were either killed by the first impact or dying when they were hit a second and a third time, officials said.

Robert Hatt, 68, a Robesonia resident, and his dog were not hit in quick succession, police said, adding that the vehicles were not in line.

South Heidelberg police Chief Leon J. Grim said neither driver, nor the driver of a third vehicle, a semi hauling a tanker, stopped at the scene.

Grim said he is finding it hard to fathom how three motorists didn’t at least stop and get out to find out what they might have run over.

“It’s kind of strange for our community,” he said.

Police believe a box truck initially struck Hatt after Hatt tripped and fell while crossing the middle of West Penn Avenue, which is Route 422, from South Robeson Street on Thursday morning about 4:40 a.m.

Video footage

Police focused on that truck initially and were able to identify the driver with the help of security camera footage from local businesses and the Robesonia Fire Company, said Grim, whose department provides police services to the borough.

Investigators obtained an image that clearly showed the company name on the box truck, and dispatchers with the company confirmed through a GPS tracking device that one of their trucks was in the immediate area.

The driver agreed to bring the truck to South Heidelberg police on Thursday afternoon, and it was impounded while investigators obtained a search warrant. The man was released after giving police a statement.

Grim said that the driver claimed he avoided hitting the man and his dog, but the footage police have seen so far doesn’t support that.

The striking vehicles were not traveling one behind the other, Grim said, adding that this fact only adds to the mystery of why the subsequent drivers didn’t slow down when they encountered an apparent emergency, for one thing, or stopped to find out what they hit.

Police said the video appears to show the victim falling in the crosswalk while he was walking his dog. He was trying to stand up with his dog still attached to a leash when he was struck by the box truck.

Hit again

After the box truck, the next vehicle to approach was a pickup truck, whose driver pulled over to the right side of the road and turned on the emergency flashers.

The next vehicle to approach pulled over to the left and also activated the four-way flashers.

While one or both of those drivers fumbled with their phone to call 9-1-1 from their parked vehicles, a car driven by a woman came through and ran over the man and dog, Grim said.

The woman continued to travel to work where she told several co-workers that she ran over a deer or a dog, the chief said.

Some of her co-workers saw media reports of the fatal hit-and-run accident on Thursday. They used the Crime Alert Berks County anonymous tip portal to let police know where they could find the woman and her car.

Police went to her workplace and spoke to her. She’s cooperating with the investigation, Grim said.

The speed limit in that part of Penn Avenue is 35 mph, and the emergency flashers in the dark should have alerted drivers to approach cautiously, Grim said.

The third time

Grim stressed that the only vehicle police are looking for is the tractor-trailer.

A screenshot of video footage from a camera mounted at Penn Avenue and South Robeson Street taken early Thursday morning, Aug. 26, 2021, showing a tanker truck that police say was the third vehicle to hit pedestrian Robert Hatt and his dog. Both died at the scene. Police are seeking information about the truck and driver. (Courtesy of South Heidelberg Township police)

The rig shows the tanker truck to have a red or maroon day-use cab with writing on the door. It was hauling a gray tanker, reinforced with metal vertical ribs, a rear gray valve box, and a large access port on the center, top portion of the tanker.

Hatt was found with his dog in the middle of the eastbound lanes of Route 422 when police arrived.

Berks County Deputy Coroner Sarah Shivers pronounced Hatt dead at 5:30 p.m.

The coroner’s office said he died of multiple injuries and the certificate of accidental death was issued. Hatt was the 23rd person in 2021 to die on Berks County roads.

No charges have yet been filed and police didn’t identify any of the drivers, the good Samaritans or company affiliations of the striking vehicles.

South Heidelberg police are still seeking information from witnesses as well as help in identifying the tractor-trailer.

They may be contacted at 610-670-9885 or 610-655-4911.

Tips can be made via Crime Alert Berks County’s anonymous tip line at 877-373-9913.

Tips can also be sent via text, using the keyword “alert berks,” to 847411. Crime Alert will pay a cash reward for information leading to an arrest.



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Delaware State Police Investigating Fatal Pedestrian Crash- Wilmington – Delaware State Police


Date Posted: Sunday, August 22nd, 2021

Wilmington- Delaware State Police are investigating a fatal pedestrian crash that occurred this morning on southbound I-95 south of the Brandywine River Bridge.

On August 22, 2021, at approximately 4:13 a.m., a black 2016 Jeep Grand Cherokee was traveling southbound on Interstate 95 through a construction zone and struck a crash attenuator positioned in the gore area between the single southbound lane of travel and the exit ramp for Delaware Avenue.  The Jeep subsequently rotated clockwise and came to rest perpendicular to the roadway, completely blocking the single southbound lane of travel.  After this collision, a 25-year-old female who was traveling southbound I-95, stopped her vehicle on the left shoulder of the off-ramp to Delaware Avenue.  The female exited her vehicle and walked into the single southbound lane of travel to offer assistance to the operator of the Jeep Grand Cherokee. 

During that time, a 2016 GMC Sierra pickup truck was approaching the collision scene.  The 72-year-old operator was unable to perceive the collision ahead due to lighting and weather conditions. The front of the GMC struck the pedestrian within the southbound lane of travel and then struck the passenger side of the Jeep Cherokee.  Both vehicles traveled south together a short distance and eventually came to rest within the single southbound lane of travel, again completely blocking the travel lane.

The 37-year-old operator of the Jeep was transported to Wilmington Hospital where he was treated and later released for minor injuries.

The 25-year-old pedestrian was transported by ambulance to Christiana Hospital where she was pronounced deceased. The identification of the victim is pending notification to the next of kin.

Impairment is not a factor with any operator in this collision.

Interstate 95 southbound was closed at its junction with US Route 202 for approximately 5 hours while the two collisions were investigated and cleared.

The investigation remains on-going. Anyone with information regarding this collision should contact Detective Breen with the Delaware State Police Troop 2 Collision Reconstruction Unit by calling 302-365-8486. Information may also be provided by calling Delaware Crime Stoppers at 1-800-TIP-3333 or via the internet at http://www.delaware.crimestoppersweb.com .

If you or someone you know is a victim or witness of crime or have lost a loved one to a sudden death and are in need of assistance, the Delaware State Police Victim Services Unit/Delaware Victim Center is available to offer you support and resources 24 hours a day through a toll free hotline 1800 VICTIM-1. (1-800-842-8461). You may also email the unit Director at debra.reed@state.de.us.

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Troopers Investigating Fatal Pedestrian Crash- Dagsboro – Delaware State Police


Date Posted: Tuesday, June 1st, 2021

Dagsboro, DE- Delaware State Police are investigating a fatal pedestrian crash that occurred Monday night.

On May 31, 2021, at approximately 10:02 p.m., a 2007 Honda Accord operated by a 31-year-old Frankford man was traveling southbound on DuPont Boulevard (US 113), south of Molly Field Road, in the left travel lane. For unknown reasons, a 21-year-old Seaford man had exited his vehicle, parked on the southbound shoulder of US 113, and was in the left travel lane of DuPont Boulevard. He was wearing dark-colored clothing and was not using a light. The operator of the Accord was unable to see the victim, and the vehicle struck him in the left travel lane. After the collision, the driver came to a controlled stop just south of the crash scene.

The victim was transported to Christiana Hospital by helicopter, where he was pronounced deceased. Identification is pending notification to next of kin.

The driver of the Accord and his 5-year-old passenger were not injured.

DuPont Boulevard was closed for approximately 3 hours while the investigation was completed and the scene was cleared.

The Delaware State Police Troop 7 Collision Reconstruction Unit is investigating this collision. Anyone with information should contact Cpl/3 K. Argo by calling 302-644-5020. Information may also be provided by calling Delaware Crime Stoppers at 1-800-TIP-3333 or via the internet at http://www.delaware.crimestoppersweb.com .

With warmer weather an increased number of pedestrians will be out walking and around the roadways. As a reminder, troopers would like to offer the following pedestrian safety tips to help keep our citizens and visitors safe:

  • Be visible. When walking at night, wear bright-colored clothing. Use a flashlight or reflective items.
  • Never dart out. Cross streets at crosswalks or intersections when possible.  This is where drivers expect pedestrians.
  • If your vehicle breaks down, turn on your flashers and stay with your vehicle until assistance arrives.
  • Use pedestrian pushbuttons and wait for the walk signal to cross.
  • Take your time to cross. If a crosswalk or intersection is not available, locate a well-lit area and wait for a gap in traffic that allows you enough time to cross safely. Continue to watch traffic as you cross.
  • Make eye contact with drivers as they approach. Never assume a driver sees you.
  • Walk on sidewalks whenever they are available. Walk on the shoulder facing traffic if no sidewalk is available.
  • Keep alert at all times. Don’t be distracted by cellphones and electronic devices that take your eyes (and ears) off the road.
  • Avoid alcohol and drugs. They impair your judgment and coordination.

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Delaware State Police Conducting Fatal Pedestrian Crash Investigation- Lewes – Delaware State Police


Date Posted: Sunday, April 25th, 2021

Lewes- Delaware State Police are conducting a fatal pedestrian crash that occurred early Sunday morning.

On April 25, 2021, at 1:23 a.m., a 2004 Ford E-450 bus, operated by a 58-year-old male of Rehoboth Beach, traveling westbound on John J. Williams Hwy (SR 24), approaching the intersection at Warrington Road. As the Ford E-450 was traveling, a 30-year-old female pedestrian from Huntington, MD, was walking north across SR 24 and crossed directly into the path of the bus. The operator of the bus was unable to see the victim, who was wearing dark clothing, not carrying a light, or wearing reflective material. As a result, the left side front of the Ford struck the pedestrian within the westbound lane of travel.

The 30-year-old female pedestrian was transported to Beebe Medical Center, where she was pronounced deceased. Identification of the victim is pending notification to the next of kin.

The operator of the bus was carrying one passenger. Both were uninjured and did not require medical attention.

John J. Williams Hwy between Hudson Way and Warrington Road was closed for approximately 2 hours while the collision was investigated and cleared.

The crash remains under investigation by the Delaware State Police Troop 7 Collision Reconstruction Unit. Anyone with information regarding this incident should contact Sgt. N. DeMalto by calling 302-644-5020. Information may also be provided by calling Delaware Crime Stoppers at 1-800-TIP-3333 or via the internet at http://www.delaware.crimestoppersweb.com

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Construction of 30th Street and Colorado Avenue Bicycle and Pedestrian Underpasses Begins March 1


Work to require lane closures over next 18 months  

Beginning March 1 and lasting for approximately 18 months, travelers can anticipate delays at the 30th Street and Colorado Avenue intersection as crews construct two new bicycle and pedestrian underpasses and install additional intersection safety enhancements.

Traffic impacts will vary by phase of work but will generally require traffic on 30th Street and Colorado Avenue to be reduced to one lane of travel in each direction near the intersection with left-turning lanes remaining open. Vehicles are encouraged to seek alternative routes during this time. The Bound and Buff Bus transit routes will remain active during construction, but transit stop locations may be temporarily relocated for safe access. On-site signage will indicate relocated bus stops as well as detour routes for pedestrians and bicyclists. More information on traffic impacts is available on www.BoulderConeZones.net .

In addition to the construction of the new underpasses, which will provide safer north-south and east-west crossings of the intersection for pedestrians and bicyclists, the project will improve connections to existing sidewalks, bike lanes and multi-use paths; reconstruct or relocate existing transit stops; and install underpass lighting, landscaping, art and other urban design features. The project will also construct the first fully protected intersection in the city, which is an intersection that separates turning bicycles and cars and features corner refuge islands to slow turning vehicles and improve safety and comfort for crossing pedestrians and bicyclists.

The 30th Street and Colorado Avenue area is an important travel corridor for the Boulder community and the University of Colorado Boulder. It is one of the busiest intersections in the city and supports high-frequency transit service, provides important commuting connections for vehicle travel, and connects CU Boulder’s main and east campuses. The intersection was identified in the city’s 2016 Vision Zero Boulder: Safe Streets Report as one of the top collision locations within the city’s street network, with 86 collisions occurring between 2012-2016 and 18 involving a bicyclist.

The City of Boulder has partnered with CU Boulder on the project, with the university contributing $2.4 million and a land donation valued at $800,000. The Boulder Valley Comprehensive Plan forecasts growth in the project area, which is expected to result in more people traveling through this intersection. The 30th and Colorado Bicycle and Pedestrian Underpass Project will eliminate a barrier for university and community travel needs in this changing landscape.

“We’re excited to partner with CU on this important project that will improve safety for all users at one of the busiest intersections in the city,” said Erika Vandenbrande, director of the Transportation & Mobility Department. “The new underpasses and protected intersection improvements will enhance multimodal access and help our community make progress toward our Vision Zero goal of eliminating all fatalities and serious injuries caused by traffic crashes.”

 “The university is delighted to see this project come to fruition with new and invaluable safety and access features at such a key intersection,” said CU Boulder Senior Strategic Advisor Frances Draper. “Partnering on projects like this enables the university and the city to more effectively create benefits for our mutual community.”  

The total project cost is estimated at $15.9 million, with $11.15 million provided by city and CU Boulder funds and $4.75 million in federal  Transportation Improvements Program  (TIP) funds approved by the Denver Regional Council of Governments (DRCOG) and administered by the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT).

The design of the underpass and intersection safety improvements were finalized through collaboration with CU Boulder and a multi-year community engagement process. Construction is anticipated to be completed in fall 2022.

More information about the 30th and Colorado Bicycle and Pedestrian Underpass Project can be found at https://bouldercolorado.gov/transportation/30th-and-colorado-underpass . Learn more about Vision Zero at https://bouldercolorado.gov/transportation/vision-zero .

Published: March 1, 2021 

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