Aggressive driving blamed in I-95 crash

January 26, 2009 5:36:20 AM PST
Delaware state police say aggressive driving was a factor in a weekend crash that killed three people on Interstate 95 north of Wilmington. Police say witnesses reported that shortly before the crash the driver of a sport utility vehicle was speeding and aggressively passing other vehicles.

Three people were killed and a fourth was critically injured after the SUV crossed the median on Interstate 95 into oncoming traffic. The accident happened around 1:30 p.m. Saturday on I-95 north of Marsh Road.

The driver of the SUV, 50-year-old Lamont Felder of Wilmington, and 47-year-old passenger Lovell Brown of Wilmington, died at the scene. The crash also killed another driver, 72-year-old Anderson Davis of Philadelphia.

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