Daniel Wright Obituary, Death – Daniel Wright, age 46, and James Jacobson, age 34, have been identified by the Boulder County Coroner as the two people who were killed in a hit-and-run accident that occurred on U.S. 287 between Longmont and Berthoud on Friday night. The collision occurred between Longmont and Berthoud. The collision took place on the highway between Longmont and Berthoud. On the roadway that runs between Longmont and Berthoud is where the collision took place.
According to the information provided by the Colorado State Patrol, the collision took place on Friday in the 15500 block of U.S. 287 at 5:01 p.m. and involved a total of four automobiles. Both Wright and Jacobson were thrown from the car after it crashed with another, and both of them were subsequently pronounced dead at the scene of the accident. Wright and Jacobson were riding in the same vehicle at the time of the collision. One individual patient was transported to the medical facility in a vehicle that was distinct from those used for the other patients.
The second car, which was a red Dodge Ram and was described as fleeing the area at a fast rate of speed, was seen by witnesses. As of Monday, personnel from a wide variety of government departments were still actively looking for it. The investigators have stated, in a press release, that they believe the suspect’s vehicle is a dark red 2009 or newer Dodge Ram 1500 with chrome bumpers and wheels.
This information was provided as part of the investigators’ allegation that they believe the vehicle was driven by the suspect. This material originates from the statements made by the investigators. There is a very good chance that the right side of the pickup truck has also been damaged. This is a very real probability. It is hypothesized that the individual operating the vehicle is a Caucasian male in his 50s or 60s with a stocky build who is also sporting a white beard.