Clipped From Greeley Daily Tribune
executive and, the Road Death Tally Jumps Up by Three By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The dcalh of llircc persons in two separate accidents lias hiked Colorado's 1970 traffic fa- lality count to 572 for the year, 38 more than on Oct. 21 one year ago. The victims were identified as Byron A. ilossow, 25, and James R. Larson, 23, bolh of Cheyenne, Wyo., and Nettie Navarro Mayo, 79, Denver. The Stale Highway Patrol said Rossow and Larson \vere killed Tuesday night when (heir car wenl out of control on Interstate 25 about 20 miles of Fort Collins. The patrol said the car rolled seven times he- fore coming lo rest on its top. Larson and Kossow died at Ihe scene and two others, Roger A. Bell, 25, Cheyenne, Alvin P. Braman, Jr., Laramic Wyo., were injured and hos- italized in Fort Collins. Mrs. Mayo was injured when he car in which she was ng collided with another at ntersection in cast Denver !. She died Tuesday night in Denver General Hospital. The driver of the car, identified as Norman Kent Foss, was not seriously injured, nor were the drivers of two other cars involved, the patrol said.