LAKEWOOD, Colo. (CBS4) – Prosecutors have filed 8 charges against Ryan Montoya, the driver accused of hitting and killing champion cyclist Gwen Erffmeyer Inglis. Montoya is accused of striking Inglis on Alameda Avenue Sunday morning.
Lakewood police say Inglis, 46, of Lakewood was traveling in the bike lane when Montoya, 29, drifted into her lane and hit her near Indiana Street.READ MORE: Investigators In Arvada Shooting Look For Motive & Gunfire Sources
Erffmeyer Inglis was taken to the hospital where she later died. Police tell CBS4 her husband was riding behind her at the time of the crash.READ MORE: 50% Of Coloradans Fully Vaccinated Against COVID, Hospitalizations Reach Lowest Level Since October
Montoya is facing 8 charges, including vehicular homicide, driving under the influence, carless driving, and improper changing of lanes.MORE NEWS: Audit Finds Colorado Program To Flag Opioid Abuse Is Failing, Dozens of Doctors Running 'Pill Mills'