DeLand, FL (July 1, 2019) - A crash between two vehicles in DeLand sent a man to the hospital with critical injuries. The crash took place on Saturday, June 29th according to officials.
The crash happened around 6:20 pm at the intersection of South Amelia and East Volusia Avenue. Police say that a red car attempted to make a left turn into the Sanborn Center when the car collided with the rear of a green truck that was traveling in the southbound lane. After the initial impact, the green truck veered into a power pole. Rescue crews transported the truck driver to Central Florida Regional Hospital where he was listed in critical condition. He has not been identified at this time. No one inside the car was injured.
The crash remains under investigation.
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