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Names of 7 rollover victims released

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The Colorado State Patrol has released the names of seven people involved in a rollover accident on Red Canyon Road southeast of Glenwood Springs last Sunday. By Carrie ClickPost Independent StaffThe Colorado State Patrol has released the names of seven people involved in a rollover accident on Red Canyon Road southeast of Glenwood Springs last Sunday.The driver and six passengers were all taken to Valley View Hospital after the accident. According to Colorado State Patrol Capt. Barry Bratt, Derek Edgar, 20, of Carbondale was the driver of the vehicle. He was taken to Valley View Hospital with serious injuries. Carbondale resident James Walker, 21, was taken to Valley View Hospital with a serious head injury, and was later flown to St. Mary’s Hospital in Grand Junction. Other Carbondale residents involved in the accident injuries are Evan Quint, 20, Travis Dorich, 20, and Zachary Varley, 23. All received minor injuries. Mario Zarate, 20, from Carbondale received moderate injuries and Glenwood Springs resident Maegan Miller, 19, received minor injuries. Driver Derek Edgar has been charged with vehicular assault and DUI. The accident occurred about 3 a.m. Sunday when the vehicle skidded off the dirt road and rolled on its top. Calls to St. Mary’s Hospital, Valley View Hospital and to one of the passengers involved in the accident regarding the current status of those involved in the accident were not returned.Calls to St. Mary’s Hospital, Valley View Hospital and to one of the passengers involved in the accident regarding the current status of those involved in the accident were not returned.


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