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At Least 2 Summit County Teenagers Injured in Crash

At Least 2 Summit County Teenagers Injured in Crash on Colorado Highway 9 in Frisco on Tuesday Afternoon, Jan. 31

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First responders transported four teens to the hospital after a three-vehicle crash on Colorado 9 near the Frisco Adventure Center on Jan. 31.

Emergency responders transported four teenagers — three with minor injuries — to the hospital Tuesday, Jan. 31, after a crash on Colorado Highway 9, according to Summit Fire & EMS. One of the teenagers was not injured and hospitalized for observation only. The three-vehicle crash occurred around 3:50 p.m., when a 17-year-old Frisco girl driving a Pontiac G6 lost control of the vehicle while driving north near Mile Marker 94, Colorado State Patrol Master Trooper Gary Cutler said Wednesday. Mile Marker 94 is within the stretch of highway between the Frisco Adventure Park and Summit High School. The three other teenagers were passengers in the car. Read more ...