Erie, CO – Two Killed in Motorcycle Crash on I-25 (US-87)
Erie, CO (June 13, 2020) – A motorcycle accident on Interstate 25 claimed two victims’ lives on Wednesday. At approximately 6:30 p.m., on June 10, the Frederick Police Department responded to the scene of a motor vehicle accident on the East Interstate 25 Frontage Road.
According to reports, a semi-truck and two motorcycles collided along the frontage road at the intersection with Tipple Parkway. The two riders on one motorcycle sustained fatal injuries and were declared deceased at the scene. The two riders on the second motorcycle were critically injured and rushed to local hospitals for treatment.
At this time, the incident remains under investigation by the Frederick Police Department and the Colorado State Patrol.
Our thoughts are with the victims injured in this accident. We hope for their full recovery.
We would like to extend our deepest condolences to the families of the victims who lost their lives in this accident.
Fatal Motorcycle Accidents in Colorado
Motorcycle accidents claim the lives of more than 125 people each year. Although these vehicles account for nearly 1% of all traffic on roads across the country, riders are victims in nearly 15% of all traffic fatalities annually across the United States. Motorcycle accidents involving multiple vehicles are more likely to result in catastrophic injuries. Motorcyclists are particularly vulnerable against the impact of other vehicles in collisions, to begin with. Being struck by multiple vehicles dramatically increases the chances of suffering from fatal injuries. Losing a loved one tragically and unexpectedly can have an overwhelming impact on surviving relatives.
When victims lose their lives in collisions, families are often left to deal with unbearable mental and emotional consequences. Many families are forced to spend tens of thousands of dollars on funeral expenses, deal with lost earnings, and suffer emotional and mental consequences. When families lose loved ones in motorcycle accidents, due to the negligence of others, they should reach out to a Colorado wrongful death lawyers as soon as possible.
Over the past four decades, the Colorado motorcycle accident lawyers at Burg Simpson have fought aggressively to protect the legal rights of families throughout the state who have lost loved ones in accidents caused by negligent drivers. Our attorneys strive to help those harmed moved forward in the best way imaginable after a life-altering collision. If your loved one lost their life in a motorcycle accident as a result of another driver’s actions, contact our Colorado personal injury law firm at (888) 895-2080 to schedule a free case evaluation to see how our team can help you.
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