Eagle, CO – Man Pleaded Guilty After Crash That Injured Three
A man pleaded guilty to a crash that injured three people, including himself.
The incident happened on I-70, July 20.
42-year-old Casey Edward Lonesk pleaded guilty to four felonies: two counts of vehicular assault/DUI and two counts of leaving the scene of an accident.
He was speeding at around 100 mph at the time of the incident, crashing into a vehicle containing two people. Both were sent to Vail Health Hospital to get treatment. They sustained several rib fractures, lacerations, contusions and abrasions. They were released in a few days, but their healing continued months after.
Lonesk was also taken there and was found out to have a BAC of .237, nearly thrice the legal limit of .08. He faces probation and 18 years in prison.Dealing with the grief and trauma of a loved one being severely hurt or killed in an accident is painful. You may not be aware that it is possible to hold the responsible person accountable. Bourassa Law Group can help you get the medical treatment, financial compensation, and justice you need after being involved in a serious accident. Call (303) 331-6186 for a free consultation with one of our Denver injury lawyers.
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