A woman who died in a car crash in November has been identified.
Police found 56-year-old Robin Vonbargen and her 2004 Hyundai Santa Fe in a ravine along Colorado Highway 64, after a report Monday afternoon. Police went on to say that the Hyundai hit a sign then a fence. It then went airborne across a ravine and hit an embankment on the other side.
Also, they said that the crash happened on November 1, but it was not discovered earlier as the scene wasn’t visible from the road.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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