Three Colorado Springs Women are Victims of a Single Car Crash

According to a report at NewsFirst5.com, one Colorado Springs woman was killed and two others seriously injured when their car crashed head-on into a tree in Teller County on March 11th, 2011. A Colorado State Patrol (CSP) spokesperson indicated that the fatal car accident occurred on Highway 67 at Milepost 58 when the victims’ Pontiac Sunfire swerved off the road and collided with the tree.

Bad accidents can happen to good people

The 53-old-driver of the vehicle was airlifted to Penrose Hospital in serious condition, while the 53-year-old rear-seat passenger was received at Memorial Hospital, likewise in serious condition. The 54-year-old front-seat passenger, however, was pronounced dead at the scene.

If you or someone you love is injured in a Colorado Springs car crash, a Colorado Springs personal injury attorney can help.

According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, there were almost 10 million passenger vehicle accidents in 2008 alone, and over 25,000 fatalities. In addition 2.35 million passenger vehicle occupants were injured in those accidents, leading to serious and sometimes chronic disabilities.

When a serious accident happens here in Colorado Springs, a Colorado Springs personal injury attorney can help. If you or a loved one has been injured, whether in Colorado Springs or anywhere in Colorado, you should contact a knowledgeable Colorado personal injury lawyer to protect your rights and win the financial relief to which you are entitled.

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One Response to “Three Colorado Springs Women are Victims of a Single Car Crash”

  1. Too many people in Colorado Springs are injured in devastating car crashes. It is a true tragedy.