The accident occurred at approximately 4:55 p.m. along Colo. 119 at milepost 31, when two Jeep Wranglers collided. As a result of the crash, four people suffered injuries. Colorado State Patrol suspects that alcohol may have played a role in the incident.
The driver of the first Jeep Wrangler, a 73-year-old woman from Boulder, was involved in the collision with the second Jeep Wrangler driven by a 58-year-old man from Broomfield. Both individuals suffered injuries, and the 58-year-old man was subsequently transported to the hospital for further evaluation.
Additionally, two passengers traveling in the man’s vehicle were also injured. A 24-year-old man from Broomfield sustained serious injuries, while a 22-year-old woman from Delta also suffered injuries. They were promptly transported to the hospital to receive medical treatment.
According to the Colorado State Patrol, the 73-year-old woman was traveling southbound on Colo. 119 at the time of the accident. Meanwhile, the 58-year-old man attempted to avoid a collision with the woman’s Jeep by swerving to the left from the northbound lane. In an effort to correct her vehicle’s path, the 73-year-old woman collided with the passenger side of the man’s Jeep.
The Boulder Sheriff’s Office promptly responded to the scene to provide assistance to the Colorado State Patrol in managing the aftermath of the crash. Investigations into the incident are ongoing.
Burnham Law hopes for a speedy recovery for all injured in this crash.
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