A car crash kills 2 while another crash kills 1 on Colorado roads

Negligent driving and bad weather conditions can play a role in many car accidents. At least two car accidents occurred in the recent weeks, which claimed the lives of three people. One car crash killed two men while another killed one person in the same day. Colorado authorities believe that these incidents may have been caused by low visibility.The incidents happened on a recent Friday morning during foggy conditions. According to reports, one of the collisions took place when the vehicle carrying the two deceased men was crashed into by another vehicle. A preliminary investigation revealed that two men in their 30s were killed while a female was injured in the other vehicle. Authorities are still investigating the accident and are not sure who was responsible. Other details surrounding the accident have not been reported.The road was shut down for an unknown period of time while officials investigated. Another deadly accident occurred when the driver of a Dodge truck veered into the opposite lane and crashed into a Mitsubishi head-on. The driver of the truck suffered unknown injuries and was transported to the hospital. Sadly, the driver of the sedan was pronounced dead.While fog and other weather conditions can play a role in a car crash, it’s important for drivers to exercise caution while on the roadways. Failure to do so can result in serious injuries and fatalities. The families of the deceased may have the right to file wrongful death claims against the drivers who are responsible. Successfully litigated claims in a Colorado courtroom may result in compensation that is well-needed.

Source: CBS Denver, “Morning Commute Turns Deadly In Denver Area“, , May 9, 2014

2017-08-21T19:49:15+00:00