One Dead And Three Injured In Fort Collins Car Accident

Around 12:30 a.m., a pickup truck crashed out west of Fort Collins, Colorado in the unincorporated town of Stout on December 27, according to the Coloradoan. The victims were driving westbound on Larimer 38E, when they approached a right turn. The driver failed to maintain control of the vehicle mid-turn, and the truck spun out to the left across a dirt road and a fence. According to a representative of the Colorado State police, “[the truck] went out of control and went off the left side of the road and rolled multiple times ejecting all four occupants.” The truck destroyed a fence, road sign and a row of mailboxes as it hurtled out of control across private property.

All four passengers were ejected from the truck. One passenger was launched with sufficient force to die upon impact, two were seriously injured and one only sustained minor injuries. Emergency crews arrived and called in a helicopter to transport the two seriously injured passengers to a nearby hospital. The passenger with minor injuries was taken to the hospital by ambulance.

I Was Injured By A Drunk Driver And I Need A Lawyer

This incident is just one of many unfortunate car accidents to transpire this holiday season. We urge all motorists to be extra vigilant this winter as the roads are icy and there are more drunk drivers than usual. If you or a loved one has been injured in a car accident caused by factors outside of your control, such as bad weather, adverse road conditions and negligent drivers, we can help. Our attorneys will fight to ensure that you receive the full compensation you deserve for your suffering to enjoy a healthy recovery. For more information or free legal advice, contact us. To schedule a free consultation with one of our national accident attorneys, call us today at (866) 377-3800.

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Source: http://www.coloradoan.com/article/20131227/NEWS01/131227001/Overnight-crash-near-Horsetooth-Reservoir-kills-1-injures-3

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