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Bicycle accidents in Denver are often severe and sometimes even fatal. In Denver, bicyclists represent roughly 2 percent of the state's crash fatalities. However, ten times as many cyclists suffer serious injuries in accidents on the road.

While wearing a helmet dramatically reduces the risk of sustaining a serious head injury in a bicycle accident, it does not prevent all types of injuries.

While bicycle accidents can occur at any time and to anyone, there are some places where bicycle accidents seem to occur at a more alarming rate. In the city of Denver, bicycle accidents are surprisingly more concentrated in a dozen city core neighborhoods.


The 100 Deadliest Days of Summer are rapidly approaching for teen drivers. The 100 deadliest days of summer are a period of time when teen drivers are more likely to be involved in fatal car accidents. This period typically runs from Memorial Day to Labor Day. During this time, most teens are out of school and have more free time to drive. This increases the risk of serious and deadly car crashes.

There are a number of factors that contribute to the increased risk of accidents during the 100 deadliest days of summer. One is that inexperienced drivers tend to take more risks behind the wheel, such as speeding or driving while distracted. Additionally, there are more cars on the road during summer vacation, which can lead to congested traffic and an increased chance of accidents.

To help keep teens safe on the roads this summer, parents and guardians should encourage them to drive safely and follow the rules of the road. Additionally, teens should be aware of their own driving abilities and limitations and know when to stop driving if they are feeling fatigued or distracted.


The crash happened at the intersection of South Buckley Road and East Mexico Avenue, at around 11 p.m. on Tuesday.

According to the Aurora Police Department, they found the motorcycle driver lying in the road. The driver was a male and was pronounced dead at the scene.

Authorities investigated the incident and concluded that a Cadillac Escalade might have hit the motorcycle when it was turning left onto Mexico from Buckley.


The two-vehicle crash happened on westbound Intersection 76 near Highway 85 in Adams County on Wednesday, at around 3 a.m.

The two vehicles were a 2020 Jeep and a 1992 Chevrolet Cavalier. According to Colorado State Patrol, reportedly the Jeep went off of the overpass, causing the crash.

One of the people involved suffered serious injuries and was taken to the hospital, while a second person was pronounced dead at the scene.


A pedestrian (a woman) was killed after being hit by a car in South Havana street and East Virginia Avenue in Aurora Monday evening.

Around 8:55 p.m, the Aurora Police Department received the call about a crash involving a pedestrian. When officers arrived at the scene, the woman was lying in the road and was pronounced dead.

According to Police, the vehicle involved was a Jeep Cherokee that was headed north on South Havana Street when the driver struck the woman who was crossing the street.


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