Authorities reported that a single-vehicle accident on July 12 left four people injured. The incident occurred at 10:08 a.m., when the vehicle crashed into a Denver building.
A recent article, which details the case of a man who may have contracted Lyme disease in Spain and was allegedly misdiagnosed when he returned to the United States, may be of interest to readers in Colorado. The issue appears to be that the Lyme disease test used in the U.S. only looks for a common variety of tick known as Borrelia burgorferi, so doctors said it must be some other illness.
According to news sources, a car accident that took place in southeast Denver around 1 p.m. on July 7 resulted in the injury of a single victim. Following the motor vehicle accident, which occurred at an intersection, a section of road remained closed to traffic for some time.
A man accused of hitting a motorized scooter and abandoning its critically injured rider was held at a detention center court on June 22. According to police reports, the 53-year-old driver ran over the scooter rider with his Pontiac Grand Prix on May 30, causing the rider to be hurled 20 feet on Colfax Avenue. The 43-year-old man suffered a serious leg and spinal cord injury.