Denver Tow Truck Driver Killed in Early Morning Crash

According to the Denver Post, a tow truck driver was struck and killed early this morning when a 28-year-old Lakewood man hit him near the intersection of 58th and Wadsworth Boulevard. The tow truck driver was working with emergency services to clear an earlier accident in Arvada when the truck was struck by a Nissan Rogue. At this time, Denver police are still investigating whether or not drugs and alcohol played a role in this fatal Denver car crash.

If you or someone you love is injured or killed in a Denver car crash, you need an experienced Denver car accident attorney on your side.

Sadly, highway workers and emergency personnel are killed every year while simply performing their duties. In 2004 alone, 1906 crashes occurred in Colorado work zones and along highways. Work zones and accident sites create bottlenecks and traffic, which can lead to distracted driving and aggressive driving. Highway workers, police officers, EMTs, and tow truck drivers are at an increased risk for being involved in a fatal accident while on the job.

If you or someone you love is injured or killed on Denver’s roadways, you need an experienced and veteran Denver personal injury attorney to fight for your rights. The law offices of Greg Gold are dedicated to fighting for your rights after a serious accident. To set up your FREE CONSULTATION, contact Greg Gold at 303-694-4653.


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One Response to “Denver Tow Truck Driver Killed in Early Morning Crash”

  1. Such an unfortunate accident and one that should never have happened. All Denver drivers need to use extra caution when driving near accident sites or in work zones.