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When a life stops in an instant, most people do not know what to do. Learning the news that a loved one has been involved in a fatal accident can leave many people feeling numb and confused. Sadly, these events often take place, and the days, weeks and months after the incident tend to leave surviving family members struggling.

The family of a woman in Colorado may be experiencing a number of hardships after a recent accident. Details on the incident were few, but reports stated that the woman was hit by a vehicle while she was either riding a bicycle or walking with a bicycle. It was noted that she was apparently near the crosswalk when the accident occurred, which took place at the I-25 on-ramp.

It was unclear what types of injuries the woman may have suffered in the accident, but those injuries did prove fatal. It was not mentioned in the report whether she died at the scene or if she was taken to a hospital before succumbing to the injuries. The driver involved in the incident remained at the scene, and the event was still under investigation at the time of the report.

Depending on the specific details of the fatal accident, the woman's family could have reason to seek compensation for hardships resulting from the incident. If the driver of the car is considered at fault, the family could file a wrongful death claim against that person in order to pursue restitution. Information on taking this type of legal action in Colorado may help them determine whether it could suit their circumstances.

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