Trinidad, CO — Two men in a FedEx double semi-truck were killed on I-25 near Raton Pass early Thursday morning, November 21, after an accident. Police said that Roberto Villarreal, 57, was killed after the driver of the FedEx truck lost control on a curve and overturned.
The accident reports said that a man from Ontario, CA was driving the FedEx truck south on I-25 at about 6:30 a.m. on Thursday when he lost control along a curve. The double semi-truck swerved to the right side of I-25 and ultimately overturned, landing on the driver’s side.
Villarreal and the driver were critically injured and later died at a Trinidad hospital.
The accident happened not far from the New Mexico state line. Police wit the CSP said they’d be investigating it further over the weekend.
Approximate Site of the Accident
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