RBC I The following information is a weekly review of the calls for service that were reported to the Rio Blanco County Sheriff’s Office. If you have any questions or would like an explanation of the call types listed please make a comment on this posting. We will not release any information as to the […]
MEEKER I On Friday at about 3 p.m., a rainy and slushy spring storm asserted itself, allegedly causing a medium-sized SUV to leave the road and roll over into a deep ravine on the side of Highway 13, just south of Meeker. Of the two occupants, a pregnant woman was trapped in the vehicle.
RANGELY I A Rangely area man died following an accidental gunshot wound Thursday afternoon, according to the Rio Blanco County Sheriff’s Office.
MEEKER I A Meeker man was killed early Saturday morning in a single-vehicle accident along Highway 64 between Rangely and Meeker, the public information officer of the Colorado State Patrol (CSP) released Monday morning.
RANGELY I Three weather-related accidents in fewer than 24 hours caused damage to vehicles and injury to some occupants during the first substantial snowfall of the season Dec. 25 and 26.
MEEKER I Just before noon on Dec. 2, a cattle truck carrying 76 head of cattle purchased from Buffalo Horn Ranch overturned on a curve at the 11-mile marker of County Road 7, killing one steer outright and injuring several others.
MEEKER I Excessive speed was not a factor in the Nov. 19 single-vehicle rollover accident that injured five Meeker-area teenagers and young adults just west of Meeker.
MEEKER I Five Meeker-area teenagers and young adults were critically or seriously injured Wednesday afternoon in a one-vehicle rollover just west of Meeker, causing four of the five injured to be airlifted to St. Mary’s Hospital in Grand Junction.
RANGELY I A 60-year-old Rangely man was killed in a single vehicle accident on Dec. 4, when the farm tractor he was using to plow his neighbor’s driveway slid, rolled over and pinned the man underneath.
RANGELY I Three single-vehicle accidents have taken place in a six-mile stretch of Highway 64 in the last week and a half.
A truck was towed to Northwest Auto after a 1,000 pound drill head fell off a flatbed traveling east on Highway 64 and went completely through the pictured truck, owned by Lufkin Industries and driven by Justin Larson 28, of Vernal, Utah.