Errant pickup injures pedestrians walking dog

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Rescue personnel said a man and a woman who were walking their dog along 32 Road were pinned between the pickup, a fence and bushes after the vehicle hit them Sunday.

wo elderly people walking a dog Sunday afternoon on the west side of 32 Road just south of F Road were seriously injured when a pickup that was being driven by a man crashed into them, according to the Colorado State Patrol. The pickup driver was taken into custody by the State Patrol. The names of the truck driver and the pedestrians were not released as of 9 p.m. Sunday.

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