Multiple-Vehicle Accident Kills Larkspur Woman, Injures Two Colorado Springs Residents

According to a recent 9News story, a young Larkspur woman was killed and a Colorado Springs couple was hurt during a multiple-vehicle accident on Interstate 25 near Castle Rock, on April 12th, 2011. The Colorado Springs car accident occurred when a Jeep driven by the 19-year-old woman struck a tractor-trailer parked on the left shoulder of southbound I-25, and then spun across other lanes of traffic, striking two other vehicles and injuring a 41-year-old Colorado Springs man and his unidentified female passenger. The driver of the Jeep was ejected and died on the scene; the injured couple was taken to a local hospital.


If you or someone you love is injured in a Colorado Springs car accident, you need a Colorado Springs car accident attorney on your side.

Colorado State Police (CSP) statistics indicate that multiple-vehicle accidents occur here with worrisome frequency—For example, during the last year for which reliable statistics are available, at least 278 people were injured by car crashes in El Paso County alone, and a significant number of those crashes involve multiple vehicles.


If you or someone you love has been hurt in a Colorado Springs car crash, whether in a multiple-vehicle accident or otherwise, you should contact a Colorado Springs car accident attorney for guidance. A savvy Colorado Springs personal injury lawyer can protect your rights, hold accountable those responsible for the accident, and win the financial relief to which you are entitled.


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