LOVELAND, Colo. - Three people were injured in a three car crash in Loveland at the intersection of 57th and Garfield, police said.
According to Loveland Police, officers were called to respond to the accident Saturday at 3:13 p.m. They found that Joan Leri-Marcinkewicz, 63, of Fort Collins, was driving an Acura sedan and stopped for a red light northbound in the right lane.
Eric Martinez, 21, of Northglenn, was driving a Ford SUV and stopped for a red light northbound in the left lane.
Police said Sharon Grossman, 71, of Fort Collins, was driving a Honda van and was northbound in the left lane approaching 57th and veered to the right. Her van stuck the Acura from behind and struck the Ford SUV on the side.
Grossman was taken to Medical Center of the Rockies and Leri-Marcinkewicz was taken to McKee Medical Center, Police said.
Additionally, two adults and one child were in the Ford. One passenger from that SUV was also taken to McKee Medical Center, but Police didn't clarify who.
The Loveland Police Department said their Technical Accident Investigation Team is investigating. No alcohol or drugs are suspected, but the Department plans to present the case to the District Attorney for possible charges.
Colorado State Patrol Tooper Josh Lewis had earlier told 7NEWS that at least one person was killed in the crash. The information from Loveland Police did not address any deaths in the crash.