Colorado State Patrol is investigating a fatal crash that occurred north of Calhan Sunday night when a man rolled his vehicle, news partner KKTV reports. KKTV was told that the man lost control of the vehicle near Ramah Road near Calhan. The man was thrown from the vehicle after it rolled multiple times. Troopers have not said whether alcohol or speed were factors in the crash, KKTV reports.
The Colorado Department of Corrections says it is missing three students from Afghanistan after the trio failed to show up at a meeting place Saturday night. The students at the agency's international training school were supposed to meet at an undisclosed location in Colorado Springs at 7 p.m. Saturday, the agency said. The students are attending the International Correctional Management Training Center in CaĂąon City on a sponsored trip to the United States.
The Colorado State Patrol is investigating a Sunmday night fatal rollover crash northeast of Calhan. At about 7:30 p.m. Sunday, a 34-year-old Yoder man driving a 1996 Oldsmobile Bravada was traveling eastbound on Harrisville Road when he lost control of his car, troopers said. The car went off the left side of the road, crashed into a barbed wire fence and rolled two and a half times. The man was thrown from the vehicle and died from injuries, troopers say.
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