One victim was walking down the street, another was riding a scooter and another was a passenger in a car.
DENVER — At the intersection of 54th Avenue and Federal Boulevard, a new memorial marks yet another life lost.
“He will be remembered forever and ever,” said Greg Manzi, whose son Jonathan Fanter was killed early Sunday morning while riding his scooter. “He is a great man and always will be.”
At least three people have been killed in the past 10 days in hit-and-run crashes in Denver. One person was walking down the street, another was riding a scooter and another was a passenger in a car. It’s a deadly stretch of days in a year that’s seen an increase in deadly crashes on…
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