Three children were among six people injured in a T-bone crash on U.S. 24 and Marksheffel Road on Monday night, the Colorado State Patrol said.
The children were in the back seat of a Buick Enclave headed northeast on U.S. 24 when it collided with a Nissan Armada turning left from U.S. 24 onto Marksheffel.
Two of the children, a man riding in the Enclave and both drivers were hospitalized with severe injuries. A 66-year-old woman was driving the Armada; a 35-year-old man was behind the wheel of the Enclave.
The third child sustained moderate injuries and was admitted to a hospital.
The State Patrol would not provide the children's ages.
The Armada driver was suspected to be at fault, but no citations had been issued, the State Patrol said.
Alcohol, drugs and speed weren't issues in the crash, troopers said.