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Pedestrian killed at intersection in downtown Colorado Springs


UPDATE (3/8/21): The El Paso County Coroner’s Office has identified the pedestrian in this story as 55-year-old Donna Ribisi of Colorado Springs. CSPD said that Ms. Ribisi’s death is the fourth traffic fatality in the City of Colorado Springs in 2021. CSPD said the case is still under investigation, but said no charges are anticipated. No additional information was available at the time of this update.

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (KRDO) -- A pedestrian died after being struck by a car in downtown Colorado Springs, late Saturday night.

According to police, The woman was crossing the street at S. Nevada Ave and E. Colorado Ave, just before 11:00 pm Saturday, when she was hit by a red Toyota sedan. Investigators said, the victim was in the crosswalk, but was attempting to cross the street against a red light when she was hit.

CSPD said first responders attempted life-saving measures at the scene, then transported her to a nearby hospital for continued treatment, where she died as a result of her injuries. The victim has not been identified at this time.

The crash remains under investigation, but police said they do not suspect the driver of the Toyota was impaired when the crash happened.

CSPD said this is the fourth traffic-related fatality in Colorado Springs so far this year.

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Tom Massmann



  1. “the victim was in the crosswalk, but was attempting to cross the street against a red light when she was hit”
    The driver may not have been impaired, but what about the pedestrian? Many auto-pedestrian crashes are caused by drunk pedestrians, but that fact is rarely publicized.

  2. Wanna guess she was dressed in dark colors, nearly impossible to SEE? At least once a week, we almost have such a incident, any where in town, as people dressed in dark clothing, run across the road in front of our car, sometimes in unlit areas, all that can be seen is a silhouette moving against distant lights! For The Love Of Your LIVES, Wear Something LIGHT!

    1. Or preferably don’t run across the street in front of vehicles.
      Unfortunately, choosing the right clothing or not running across the street are both difficult to adhere to if you’re under the influence of a mid-altering substance.

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