Natalie Pechek Death, Obituary – A woman was killed about a month ago in a collision that took place close to the intersection of East Iliff Avenue and South Blackhawk Street. The incident occurred around the intersection of East Iliff Avenue and South Blackhawk Street.
After turning left in front of oncoming traffic on November 20, just before 6:00 p.m., an Aurora Police Department investigation revealed that a 2021 Subaru car was involved in a collision with a 2014 Toyota SUV. The collision occurred as a result of the 2021 Subaru car’s decision to turn left in front of the oncoming traffic (APD).
According to the Arizona Department of Public Safety, the driver of the Toyota and two passengers who were riding in the Subaru were sent to local hospitals for treatment of their injuries after being involved in an accident. According to a press release that was distributed by the Atlanta Police Department (APD) on December 6, the passenger of the Subaru, a woman in her forties who was the driver’s daughter, passed away as a result of injuries that she sustained as a result of the collision.
She was a passenger in the Subaru. The Arapahoe County Coroner’s Office was able to conclusively determine that the individual who had passed away was Natalie Pechek. According to the Atlanta Police Department, Cynthia Brysh, who is 73 years old and was driving the Subaru, was given a ticket for taking the right-of-way of a left-hand turn while she was behind the wheel of the vehicle. According to the authorities, the indictment will be amended so that it also involves reckless driving that led to death, which is a more minor infraction than the original allegation.