Woman charged after allegedly killing boyfriend in wrong way crash
Wrong way crash on U.S. 36. Feb. 20, 2013
JEFFERSON COUNTY, Colo. — The woman accused of killing her boyfriend in a wrong-way crash on U.S. 36 February 20 was formally charged Wednesday with causing the man’s death.
Police say Britni Bunn, 23, of Broomfield was driving under the influence of alcohol when she was driving westbound in the eastbound lanes of Highway 36 near 92nd Ave.
Her car crashed into an Acura driven by Kendall Stiff. Both Stiff and her passenger were seriously injured.
Vincent Gibson, 25, was a passenger in Bunn’s car and he died in the crash.
She faces 10 counts in the case including vehicular homicide, vehicular assault, possession of a controlled substance and DUI.
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