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Broomfield, CO – One Dead After Head-On Collision

A person died after a vehicular head-on collision

The incident occurred in Sheridan Parkway, around 7 am, December 9.

It involved a 1998 GMC Safari van and a 2007 Honda Element.

One of the drivers died.

The coroners of Adams County and Broomfield will identify the dead driver.

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.

Note: Bourassa Law Group has extensive experience representing victims of a variety of accidents. Even with experience, it is never easy to take in the impact the kinds of accidents we blog about have on victims and their families. Our posts are compiled from local news sources, which often don't convey the full picture. When more details emerge, some of our posts may contain incomplete information. If information in this post is out of date or untrue, please contact us so that we may update our post.

Disclaimer: This blog covers an array of sensitive cases. Our aim in publishing these posts is to display how commonly such tragic accidents occur as well as how damaging they can be. Readers, hopefully, can be armed with information they can use to avoid being involved in an accident. Content within these postings should not be construed as legal advice.


Broomfield, CO – Two Drivers Hospitalized After Two Cars Crashed

Two drivers were sent to the hospital after their cars crashed into each other.

The crash happened near Indiana Street and CO-128, around 8 am, Thursday.

32-year-old Michelle Torres’s Kia and the 43-year-old male driver of a Ford Mustang crashed into each other.

Both of them were taken to Good Samaritan Medical Center to get treatment for their injuries.

The northbound lanes of Indiana Street were closed off temporarily, but they have been reopened since.

The cause of the crash are unclear.

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.

Note: Bourassa Law Group has extensive experience representing victims of a variety of accidents. Even with experience, it is never easy to take in the impact the kinds of accidents we blog about have on victims and their families. Our posts are compiled from local news sources, which often don't convey the full picture. When more details emerge, some of our posts may contain incomplete information. If information in this post is out of date or untrue, please contact us so that we may update our post.

Disclaimer: This blog covers an array of sensitive cases. Our aim in publishing these posts is to display how commonly such tragic accidents occur as well as how damaging they can be. Readers, hopefully, can be armed with information they can use to avoid being involved in an accident. Content within these postings should not be construed as legal advice.

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