Tragically, a woman lost her life after she was struck by a car on the morning of Aug. 5. Police in Colorado Springs are not expected to press charges against the driver involved. However, there still may be legal recourse available to the woman's family. In fatal car accidents, a wrongful death lawsuit may appropriate when the evidence suggests that a driver's negligence was the cause of the crash.
A serious car accident has sent four people to local hospitals, according to local sources. Authorities in Colorado Springs responded to a car crash on the afternoon of July 25. So far, the cause of this crash is still under investigation. As with many car accidents, this investigation could take time before analysts can determine what happened.
Two young people tragically lost their lives in a single-car crash near Redstone. Colorado State Patrol responded and closed Highway 133 in both directions to facilitate their investigation. As with most car accidents that result in fatalities, this investigation is still underway as of this report.
One person has tragically lost his life following a car accident in Littleton on July 7. The 19-year-old man, a resident of Lakewood, Colorado, was a passenger in a vehicle that crashed. For the moment, no charges have been filed against the driver, but as with most fatal car accidents, the crash is still being investigated by police.
Three people have tragically lost their lives following a car accident in El Paso County, according to police. Colorado Springs State Patrol responded to the crash on the evening of July 4. The driver was killed in the accident, so no criminal charges will be forthcoming, but as is all too common in car accidents on holidays, both speed and alcohol have been considered factors in the crash.
A collision on U.S. Highway 160 caused road closures and sent two people to the hospital, according to local news. Colorado State Patrol, in conjunction with the Montezuma County Sheriff's Office, responded to the accident along with fire and other emergency crews. As with many car accidents of this type, an investigation is still underway into its cause, and so far, no charges have been filed.
A 48-year-old man who was killed in what police believe to be a hit-and-run crash on the night of May 19 has been identified, according to police. Colorado Springs authorities identified the man, who was killed by a vehicle whose driver is apparently still at large. As with most hit-and-run car accidents, police have reached out to the community in the hopes of catching the driver responsible for the tragic death.
A serious crash in Colorado Springs has sent several people to the hospital and left one driver with a citation, according to local and state police. Colorado authorities were dispatched to the scene of the crash that reportedly involved three vehicles. As with most car accidents causing injury, this incident is still being investigated.
A man is facing criminal charges after a car accident that police say was caused by a faulty brake system. Colorado authorities contend the man, 29 years old, was aware of the brake issue and drove the vehicle anyway, leading to the injury of a 6-year-old girl who was a passenger in the vehicle at the time of the crash. As with most car accidents, this incident is still under investigation by local police.
One person is dead following a deadly crash in Colorado Springs on the night of May 2, according to local news sources. Colorado police are still determining the cause of the accident, but they believe speed may have been a factor. They have not ruled out the possibility that alcohol may also have played a role, as it does in many car accidents both here and around the nation.