Reckless Driving Sent Ten to the Hospital | Front Range Vehicle Accident Attorney

According to CBS News, a driver accused of reckless driving, among other charges, is responsible for a series of accidents that involved a total of nine vehicles and sent ten people to the hospital. The incident happened on 19th Street in Boulder on Monday night. The numerous collisions occurred when the driver of a pickup truck flew down 19th Street at speeds as high as 90mph, according to witnesses. The truck hit a vehicle and then proceeded to collide with four other vehicles that were stopped at a red light. In addition to the injured victims, the driver of the truck was also taken to a local hospital with minor injuries. Police are reporting that the driver has admitted to taking narcotic medications earlier in the day and was unaware of the collisions he had initiated. Pending further investigation the driver of the truck is facing charges that include vehicular assault, DUI, hit-and-run and reckless driving.

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