Road crash Content – Durango Herald

Road crash Content – Durango Herald

Road crash

A man driving a white pickup died in a rollover crash Friday evening north of Hermosa. The crash occurred about six p.m. near the top of Shalona Hill where County Road two hundred fifty connects with U.S. Highway.

A 22-year-old Durango woman who is suspected of dissipated driving after she struck a bicyclist on north Main Avenue last week has been cited with careless driving causing bodily injury, a class I.

A Mancos man has been charged with two counts of vehicular homicide after hydroplaning into oncoming traffic on U.S. Highway one hundred sixty last month, hitting a vehicle with a family of four and killing two.

U.S. Highway one hundred sixty was closed in both directions for about an hour Wednesday morning for a two-car crash near Mancos. The crash occurred about 7:25 a.m. a few miles southwest of Mancos near County.

Friends of the Durango bicyclist who was hit Monday on Main Avenue by a driver suspected of being dispersed have set up a fund for donations to help him. Christopher Balchunas, 63, was airlifted.

A 63-year-old Durango man who was hit by a vehicle while bicycling Monday on north Main Avenue was airlifted to a Grand Junction hospital with serious injuries, according to Durango Police Cmdr.

Victims identified in U.S. Highway one hundred sixty crash east of Bayfield

A 59-year-old Bayfield man died Wednesday morning in a head-on crash on U.S. Highway one hundred sixty a duo of miles east of Bayfield. The victim was identified as Michael D. Scalet, an assistant cross.

Photos: ‘Superb car’ falls victim to rotted tree

Pileup during dazzling dust on Fresh Mexico highway kills 6

LORDSBURG, N.M. – Six people died in a 25-vehicle pileup caused by a unexpected dust storm along an interstate highway in Fresh Mexico where such conditions have caused deadly collisions in the past.

Photo: Crash with three pickups snarls traffic on Highway 160

UPDATE: County Road five hundred one reopens after propane truck crash

County Road five hundred one near Vallecito Lake was closed for a duo of hours Monday afternoon after a truck carrying propane crashed, according to Colorado State Patrol Capt. Adrian Driscoll. Driscoll said.


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