Loveland, CO Auto Smashes Into Abutment, July 1965

CRASH KILLS 7 IN COLORADO.

Loveland, Colo. - (AP) - Seven persons, including five members of a Denver family, died Sunday when their car smashed into a concrete abutment at an underpass on Hwy. 87 four miles east of Loveland, in northeastern Colorado.
The dead were RONALD JOHN NELSON, 30, his wife, ELSIE MARY NELSON, 30, and three NELSON children, THOMAS, 6, TERI LYNN, 7, and STEVEN JOHN, 5, all of Denver, and two men from Colorado Springs, ROBERT QUILLON COLE, 22, and TOMMY JOE COLLINS, 25.

Star Tribune Minneapolis Minnesota 1965-07-05