Colorado Springs man riding sled towed by SUV dies after striking parked car

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COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. -- Two people were charged Friday in the case of a Colorado Springs man who suffered fatal injuries in a sledding accident.

David Teets, 33, was reportedly riding a sled being towed by an SUV on Monday when he slammed into a parked car. He died of his injuries on Friday.

The driver of the SUV, Michael Miner, was charged with vehicular assault and attempt to influence a public official.

Cassandra Caton reportedly lied to police, claiming she was the driver of the SUV. She was charged with accessory to a crime, police said.

CNN contributed to this report.

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