Woman killed when motorcycle collides with SUV on I-70

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DENVER — A woman riding as a passenger on a motorcycle was killed in a traffic accident Sunday evening on Interstate 70, the Colorado State Patrol said.

A male was driving the Harley-Davidson motorcycle eastbound near Genesee with the woman on the back about 5:30 p.m., police said. The motorcycle driver lost control and collided with the back of a Honda CRV SUV, ejecting both people on the Harley.

The male rider was flown to the hospital with serious injuries. The woman was transported by ground ambulance and pronounced dead at the hospital.

Neither rider was wearing a helmet. No one in the Honda was badly hurt.

Two lanes of I-70 east were closed until about 9 p.m., causing major traffic slowdowns.



  • Tom Sanders

    I see it all the time…..car/truck drivers are always reminded to watcfh for motorcycles but 9 times out of 10 the motorcycle drivers are speeding and weaving between cars and are the one’s breaking the law…no…i think they should watch out for the cars.

  • Chap

    Check your facts Tom, before you start spewing. 2/3 of Motorcycle vs. Automobile accidents are caused by the drivers of the Automobile.

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