Pedestrian Struck and Killed on the Boulder Turnpike

ABC 7 News has reported that a 26-year-old man was killed on Highway 36 near the Northwest Parkway exit last night around 7 pm. Colorado State Trooper, Nate Reid, said the man was walking on the highway and “was struck by a 2004 Ford van.” Emergency crews closed “the eastbound lanes of the highway for several hours.” The identity of the victim has not been released at this point.

No one expects to be the victim of a pedestrian accident when they go for a walk. It is, however, important for pedestrians to be aware of the dangers of walking near roads and highways and to take the necessary precautions to insure their safety. Pedestrians should avoid walking on highways, wear reflective clothing if they are walking after dark, and always cross roads at designated crosswalks and intersections.

If you have been injured in a pedestrian accident, you need to speak to a Parker injury attorney about your legal options. You may be entitled to insurance funds you are unaware of. Brian Daniel has years of experience working on Colorado injury cases. Call attorney Brian Daniel today at (303) 951-0233.


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One Response to “Pedestrian Struck and Killed on the Boulder Turnpike”

  1. This man was so young and it’s tragic that he lost his life. It is important for drivers and pedestrians alike to take every precaution necessary to insure that these kinds of accidents don’t happen.