Woman Dies In A Rollover Crash
A woman died in a rollover crash on I-25 in Fountain, according to CBS Denver. The woman, who was not wearing her seat belt, was partially ejected from the car, and died at the hospital. There were also two children in the car, a 10-year-old boy and a 13-year-old girl. The children, like the woman, were not wearing seat belts. They were both ejected from the vehicle, suffering non-life-threatening injuries. It is unclear what the relationship is between the woman and the children, and State Troopers are investigating the possible involvement of drugs or alcohol in the crash. The highway had to be closed for over an hour while police investigated the accident.
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