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Pontiac Goes Airborne Causing Three Vehicle Crash in Frisco, CO – 1.31.23

A three-vehicle crash on Colorado Highway 9 in Frisco, Colorado resulted in serious injuries. According to the Colorado State Patrol, on January 31, 2023, a 17-year-old Frisco girl was driving a Pontiac G6 northbound near mile marker 94 on Highway 9 when she lost control. The Pontiac slid into the median, went airborne, and landed in the southbound lane of traffic, colliding with a Jeep Wrangler. A Toyota Tacoma then struck the Jeep, causing a three-vehicle crash. There were three passengers in the Pontiac, and all four occupants were transported to a nearby hospital.

Burnham Law hopes for a speedy recovery for all involved. If you are the parent of a teenage driver, please help them learn the dangers of winter driving conditions.

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