Tatiana Cooper Death – Tatiana Cooper, age 40, was identified as the pedestrian who was struck and killed by a vehicle towards the end of December. Tatiana Cooper was a resident of Colorado Springs. Cooper was struck by a vehicle while she was crossing the street during the event that took place on December 23 in the 1200 block of South Nevada Avenue.
When Cooper was struck, the vehicle was heading north in the right through lane when the collision occurred. According to the police, the driver of the vehicle remained at the site until the arrival of law enforcement personnel. Later, Cooper passed away at a hospital in the area. This accident was the 55th fatal traffic collision that took place in the city in 2022, setting a new record. The police do not have any reason to believe that excessive speed, intake of alcohol or drugs, or both played a role in the tragedy, and they do not plan to make an arrest.
Related topic: Victim in deadly Colorado Springs crash identified
The El Paso County Coroner’s Office has made public the identity of the pedestrian who was struck and died in the collision that took place on South Academy Boulevard in Colorado Springs. The incident resulted in the victim’s death. Officers on the 1900 block of South Academy Boulevard in Colorado Springs on November 14 about 9:30 p.m. reported a tragic accident involving a pedestrian. According to the Colorado Springs Police Department, the accident resulted in the pedestrian’s death. At the scene, it was determined that the pedestrian had passed away.
After arriving on the scene, the officers found that a male pedestrian had been struck and injured by a car that was traveling southbound on South Academy Boulevard. The vehicle had been traveling southbound on South Academy Boulevard. The pedestrian was not using the crosswalk when he was struck by the vehicle, as stated by the California State Police who investigated the incident. On Wednesday, the coroner’s office was able to positively identify the deceased as Rondell Winn, who was 58 years old. Winn lived in Colorado Springs for his entire life.
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