Josephine Peterson Delaware News Journal Published 5:19 PM EST Nov 9, 2018 A driver was trapped for more than an hour after her car crossed a concrete median into oncoming traffic on Del. 1 and hit a cement mixer truck near Rehoboth Beach on Friday. A 48-year-old Lewes woman was driving north on the Coastal Highway in the left-turn lane onto Del. 24 (John J. Williams Highway) around 9:40 a.m. when her car cut across a concrete median and struck the front of a cement mixer, Delaware State Police said. The woman was trapped in the car and had to be extracted by emergency workers, police said. From there, she was taken to Beebe Medical Center, then transferred to Christiana Hospital, where she is listed in serious but stable condition. The driver of the cement mixer, a 34-year-old Dover man was also taken to the hospital, and released with non-life-threatening injuries. The wreck closed Del. 1 at Del. 24 for three hours while police investigated and cleared the roadway. POLICE: Claymont homicide suspect arrested day of shooting Dover police looking for suspect in attempted escape from officer Contact Josephine Peterson at (302) 324-2856 or [email protected] Follow her @jopeterson93.