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Tuesday, January 11, 2011
Colorado State Senator Loses Appointment After Auto Accident
Colorado State Senator Suzanne Williams (D-Aurora) was denied a promotion to chair the Transportation Committee because of her involvement in a fatal car accident last month in Texas. A 30-year-old pregnant woman was killed in that crash.
According to authorities, Williams was driving her Honda CR-V when she crossed into the path of oncoming traffic and hit a GMC Yukon. The pregnant victim was riding in the front passenger seat of the SUV. Williams' 41-year-old son and her two grandchildren were riding with her at the time of the accident. Her son was critically injured in that accident.
In an ironic twist, Williams has been a staunch proponent of seatbelt laws, especially for children, but none of her passengers were wearing them when the auto accident occurred. Williams alleges she can't recall the auto accident, but does have a fuzzy recollection of her son taking off his seatbelt and climbing in the back to help the children put on their pajamas.
Doctors were able to successfully deliver the victim's child, a three-pound boy. Sadly, this event will be bittersweet for the family.
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posted by Neil at 7:55 AM
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