Victims ID’d in fatal wrong-way I-25 crash

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DENVER — Two people who were killed in a wrong-way crash in the HOV lanes on Interstate 25 on Saturday have been identified.

The Colorado State Patrol said the three vehicles involved were a black 2006 Jeep, a 2005 Honda CRV and a 2005 gray Chevrolet.

The driver of the black 2006 Jeep, 24-year-old Kimberly Rodriguez Roldan, was taken to a hospital with serious injuries.

She was driving south when the HOV lanes were open for northbound traffic when she crashed into two other vehicles.

The Honda CRV was carrying four people.

The driver, 47-year-old Miguel Ramirez Gutierrez, and a minor were pronounced dead at the scene.

Two other passengers, Maria Muro Palacios and Selma Ramirez Muro, were taken to a hospital with serious injuries.

Cesar Valenzuela was the sole occupant of the 2005 Chevrolet and was not injured.

Roldan is facing two charges of vehicular homicide and two charges of vehicular assault.

The Colorado State Patrol said alcohol might have played a factor in the crash.

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