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60-year-old man dies after hit-and-run in Pueblo, police still looking for suspect

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PUEBLO, Colo. (KRDO) -- A motorcyclist has died after a hit-and-run incident in Pueblo on Friday evening.

The Pueblo County Coroner's Office says 60-year-old Timothy Chambers died from his serious injuries Saturday.

The Pueblo Police Department says it's still looking for the suspect of the hit-and-run incident that happened around 6:40 p.m. on Friday.

When officers arrived to the intersection of Santa Fe Avenue and Hamel Avenue, they found a motorcyclist with serious injuries and transported him to a nearby hospital.

Security footage from a nearby business revealed a white sedan, possibly a Chevrolet had fled the scene after hitting the motorcycle.

If you have any information about the case, call the Pueblo Police Department at (719) 553-2502. To remain anonymous, contact Pueblo Crime Stoppers at 542-7867 or owww.pueblocrimestopers.com.

Crime / Local News / Pueblo County Crime

Zachary Aedo

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3 Comments

  1. dont ride around on 2 wheels around cars, trucks, semis, etc. and you dum dums won’t end up a road smear. Seat belts are law, but riding 75 on a motor bike with plain clothes and no helmet is totally cool….motorcyclists shouldn’t be allowed to share a road and if they get hurt, it should be on them. Now some person is in deep sht over someone riding near them on a reckless motor bike. I bet if it was any other vehicle they hit no one would be dead…

    1. Lol. Nope. It was a loser liberal like you that is too stupid to drive that killed him. We should keep pieces of 💩 like you off the road. Liberalism is a mental disease and you’re proof.

  2. I agree, let’s get all the cars off the road. They cause more accidents with Motorcycles the anything else.

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