If you were injured or lost a loved one because a faulty traffic light told you it was okay to cross an intersection, would you be okay with it being left as it is? More than likely, you'd want the truth to come out and to receive compensation for your injuries and loss. In this case involving an incident in Colorado Springs that left a mother and her 10-year-old son dead, the lights involved won't be changed.
So, your "baby" is now 18 and about to trade his bedroom for a dorm room. It is a moment toward which you have saved and worked as a parent for many years - college! You have been a steadying force in your child's life for all this time and part of all the important decisions that he/she has made. Yet, you may not realize - now that he or she is 18 - you no longer legally have automatic access to your child's health and financial information nor a voice in some of the decisions your child can make.
A crash to the north of Durango, Colorado, left three people with injuries, and it took the lives of three more. It was a head on collision between a car and an SUV. The reports of the accident came from an officer with the Colorado State Patrol.