GOLDEN, Colo. (CBS4) – Colorado authorities say they are looking for witnesses to a crash that happened in Golden Gate Canyon State Park.
They say it happened on Thursday night on Drew Hill Road.
Investigators say the white truck was not at fault, but both people inside suffered serious injuries because they were not wearing seat belts.
They also say high speeds played a part of the crash.
“The driver hit the steering wheel, and they both impacted the windshield,” CSP said.
Details about how the crash happened, or if anyone will face charges, have not been released.
CSP is assisting Colorado Parks and Wildlife and say park rangers are leading the investigation.
If you know anything about this crash, you’re asked to call Sgt. Petty at 303-239-4501.