Greeley, CO — February 11, 2018, One unidentified person was killed, while Teresa Arroyo, Fernando Robles, and their two children were injured in a car accident.
The crash reportedly happened in the 1500 block of the U.S 85 bypass, near 16th Street, early in the evening.
According to the Greeley Police Department, the accident occurred when a southbound Civic, driven by the unidentified decedent, crossed into the northbound lane for reasons not yet established. This action purportedly resulted in the Civic colliding head-on with a northbound Honda Pilot with Ms. Arroyo at the wheel, her husband and children in the passenger seats.
The Civic’s driver reportedly died at the scene, while the passengers in the Pilot were taken to the hospital. Fernando and Teresa are in serious condition, while the children suffered head and facial injuries.
A GPD press release stated that alcohol was suspected to be a factor in the accident.
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