Maribel Roman Obituary, Woman killed in I-25 crash in Broomfield ID’d, driver charged

Maribel Roman Death, Obituary – Maribel Roman has reportedly died unexpectedly with loved ones, family and the entire community left heartbroken and in grievance, according to online sharing. Maribel Orduno Roman, 48 years old, has been identified as the person who was killed in the three-vehicle incident that took place earlier this month in Broomfield. The accident occurred on March 1. On December 10, early in the morning, Roman was involved in a collision on Interstate 25 close to Broomfield. The accident, which is suspected to have been caused by Roman driving under the influence of alcohol, occurred near Broomfield.

According to Emmanuel Delacruz-Jimenez, 23, of Thornton, who is suspected of driving under the influence, he was operating a Jeep Commander from the year 2007. This information was provided by Trooper Josh Lewis of the Colorado State Patrol. According to Lewis, the incident took place as a result of Delacruz-Jimenez driving in the wrong direction on Interstate 25 (southbound when she should have been going northbound) and the other two automobiles driving in the correct direction (northbound). On December 14, Delacruz-Jimenez was placed in the custody of the Adams County Jail after being arrested.

He is being held on charges of vehicular homicide while under the influence of alcohol, reckless driving while causing a death while under the influence of alcohol, driving while restrained, failing to provide proof of insurance, and endangering others in a reckless manner. All of these charges stem from an incident in which he caused the death of another person while driving under the influence of alcohol. Following the severity of the injuries she sustained, Delacruz-Jimenez was also sent to the Good Samaritan Medical Center in Lafayette. Both of the occupants of the third vehicle, a male driver who was 19 years old and a female passenger who was 20 years old, both of whom were from Longmont, were able to get out of the vehicle without suffering any injuries.

The Adams and Broomfield Counties Coroner has published a statement indicating that the cause of Roman’s death as well as the circumstances surrounding his departure are not yet known at this time. This information was provided in the statement. The officials have stated that they have a strong suspicion that the vehicle in question was a white sedan. The Accident Reconstruction Team of the West Hartford Police Department is carrying on with its investigation into who was responsible for striking Yurovsky in the meanwhile.