A family in town for a wedding has received a terrible shock. A fatal car accident has ended the life of a 56-year-old woman who was visiting Colorado to attend her son's wedding. The incident has likely left a family reeling at a time when they expected to be celebrating a joyous event.
The shock of death is something that is hard to handle. When the deaths result from an accident caused by the negligence of another, the anguish is magnified. On a recent Monday morning two women walked five children to school in Colorado Springs. As they were heading home, with one woman pushing her 14-month-old baby in a stroller, they were struck by a vehicle. The fatal car accident has made headlines across Colorado.
When a collision occurs between a motorcycle and an enclosed vehicle, there can be little doubt which party will sustain the gravest level of injury. A recent motorcycle accident in Colorado Springs exemplifies the disadvantage that motorcycle riders have when such an incident occurs. This event could also serve to remind drivers to always keep an eye out for motorcycles whenever driving on Colorado roadways.
When it comes to driving, there are a number of measures that drivers can take to reduce their likelihood of becoming involved in a serious accident. However, no matter how carefully an individual drives, accidents can still occur when other drivers fail to meet the same standards of care and concern. A recent car accident demonstrates how dangerous Colorado roads can be to drivers as well as passengers.
A fatal collision at a Colorado intersection ended with one man escaping a car fire and another ejected from the vehicle he was driving. The car accident took place on a recent Friday afternoon in Rio Grande County. The preliminary investigation suggests that a 53-year-old driver of a pickup truck was heading northbound on County Road 3 East when his vehicle collided with a sedan at a cross road. The driver of the car was another 53-year-old man.