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FRUITA, COLORADO – On May 17, 2023, a car crash in Fruita resulted in the loss of a young life

FRUITA, COLORADO – On May 17, 2023, a car crash in Fruita resulted in the loss of a young life. According to the Colorado State Patrol (CSP), a Kia Rio driven by a teenager careened off a dead end, causing fatal injuries. The incident unfolded on K Road in Fruita at approximately 12:30 a.m. Authorities determined the teenager died at the scene, marking a devastating loss for the Fruita community.

The Kia, driven by a the 15-year-old resident of Fruita, veered off the road and became airborne before colliding head-on with an embankment. The impact caused the car to roll, leading to fatal injuries to the driver and serious injuries to the five teenage passengers. Authorities from the CSP have reported that preliminary investigations indicate excessive speed as a likely factor in the crash.

As the Fruita community grapples with the loss of a young life, Burnham Law sends its heartfelt condolences to the grieving family and friends affected by this devastating car crash. Burnham Law urges us all to remain cautious on the roads and reminds young drivers to exercise responsible behavior behind the wheel, emphasizing the importance of adhering to speed limits and practicing safe driving habits.

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Burnham Law is dedicated to helping injured people make informed legal decisions. Our attorneys are committed to justice for our clients and deterrence for a safer community. Contact Burnham Law today at (303) 625-9193 or at www.burnhamlaw.com.

Disclaimer: Information about this incident is gathered from various sources. This news post is solely to increase public awareness in the community we serve around the dangers of motor vehicle accidents. The information contained in this post is not legal advice or a solicitation for business. We strive for awareness leading to safer roadways. Please contact us if you believe there are inaccuracies or if you would seek to have this post taken down.

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