It’s becoming a grim trend

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It’s becoming a grim trend

Crash fatalities up in 2012; alcohol, lack of seat belt often to blame
“It totally blows my mind that he wasn’t wearing a belt,” said Keri Metzler. San Juan County’s coroner is holding a picture of her son, Dillon Paxton, 16, who died in a car crash north of Silverton. Tanner Paxton, 14, mourning the loss of his brother, says you should always wear a seat belt. “It doesn’t matter who you’re with.”
Colorado State Patrol trooper Jonathan Silver, who investigates many fatal crashes, often has the grim task of informing the family a loved one has died.
Colorado State Patrol trooper Jonathan Silver, who investigates many fatal crashes, often has the grim task of informing the family a loved one has died.

It’s becoming a grim trend

“It totally blows my mind that he wasn’t wearing a belt,” said Keri Metzler. San Juan County’s coroner is holding a picture of her son, Dillon Paxton, 16, who died in a car crash north of Silverton. Tanner Paxton, 14, mourning the loss of his brother, says you should always wear a seat belt. “It doesn’t matter who you’re with.”
Colorado State Patrol trooper Jonathan Silver, who investigates many fatal crashes, often has the grim task of informing the family a loved one has died.
Colorado State Patrol trooper Jonathan Silver, who investigates many fatal crashes, often has the grim task of informing the family a loved one has died.
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