Neither excessive speed nor intoxication is suspected with the driver, police said, adding that the account from independent witnesses and other indications point to the pedestrian being at fault, Police said they do not expect charges to be filed.
According to police, a man and woman were riding their bicycles southbound. They stopped at East Yale Avenue and waited for a walk signal. As the bicyclists started crossing the road, a Dodge pick-up driven by an adult female ran the red light westbound in the left lane.
Lt. Jeff Turner, Aurora police spokesman reported that "none of those people in the Tahoe were wearing their seat belts." The Tahoe's driver was ejected from the SUV as it rolled onto its roof. Two of the Tahoe passengers were taken to a local hospital for treatment.
Two cars were traveling westbound on East Colfax Avenue near Macon Street in the left lane when a man suspected of drunk driving was traveling eastbound on the wrong side of the road.Investigators said excessive speed was suspected as a factor in the crash.
A 17-year-old boy was killed after the car he was driving was slammed into by the driver of an SUV, later identified as Ever Olivos-Gutierrez, 40, who is suspected of running a red light at a high rate of speed, Aurora Police said Monday morning.