Livermore, CO — A young man from Missouri was killed and a Livermore man currently faces alleged drunk driving charges after a fatal car accident on Monday afternoon, September 30, 2013. William Bailey, 21, was killed on Monday when he was in a car accident with Travis Barnett, 20, who faces charges.
According to The Coloradoan’s news reports, the accident happened along Red Feather Lakes Road. Not many other details were provided by the preliminary reports, including what time the accident happened. It’s also not clear if Bailey and Barnett were in the same vehicle or in separate ones.
More investigation is ongoing and authorities marked Bailey’s death as the 19th traffic fatality for the county in 2013.
Red Feather Lakes Road
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