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3 killed in northern Colorado crash ID'd

By: Associated Press
June 22, 2014 Updated: June 22, 2014 at 11:31 am
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GREELEY — Authorities have released the names of three people who were killed in a crash involving a car and a tractor-trailer near the tiny northern Colorado town of Gill.

The Greeley Tribune reports (http://bit.ly/1l1Cfie ) 22-year-old Rebecca Hagan was killed when she ran a stop sign at the intersection of Colorado 392 and Weld County Road 55 and crashed into the semi at about 10:40 a.m. Friday. Her passengers, 22-year-old Jeremy Horton and 18-year-old Garrett Massey, also were killed.

The crash caused the tractor-trailer to roll, but the driver suffered only minor injuries.

The Weld County Coroner's Office identified the victims after notifying their families about the deaths. Hagan and Horton were from Greeley, and Massey was from Evans.

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