One of two memorial services for Dan Fegan, the longtime NBA agent who was killed Sunday on Highway 82 outside Aspen, has been set for next week on the East Coast, the family announced Friday. A funeral and celebration of Fegan's life will be Wednesday in Connecticut. A subsequent memorial service will be held in Los Angeles at a time to be announced later, a family spokesman said.
The two passengers injured Sunday in a crash that killed NBA agent Dan Fegan remain hospitalized because of their injuries, a Colorado State Patrol spokesman said Monday. Fegan's 5-year-old son, who was in the backseat, and a 29-year-old nanny in the front passenger seat were injured in the crash on Highway 82. The unidentified woman, who is from California, has "life-threatening injuries" while the boy has "serious injuries," CSP Trooper Josh Lewis said Monday morning.
An NBA agent killed Sunday in a car crash on Highway 82 appears to have stopped at a stop sign before proceeding into the intersection in front of a bus, a Colorado State Patrol spokesman said Monday. A preliminary report on the accident indicates that Dan Fegan, 56, was at the stop sign at Smith Way and Highway 82 and proceeded into the intersection from that point, Trooper Josh Lewis said. It is not clear if Fegan came to a full and complete stop at the stop sign, he said.
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