Pueblo man killed in Wyoming highway crash | SummitDaily.com

Pueblo man killed in Wyoming highway crash

PUEBLO, Colo. (AP) ” Services are scheduled Friday afternoon in Pueblo for a man killed in a collision with a semi-truck last weekend in Wyoming.

Sixty-seven-year-old Roland Ashton was driving to a second home in Whitewood, S.D., on Saturday when he struck a semi-truck loaded with frozen turkeys.

The Wyoming Highway Patrol says Ashton’s vehicle drifted into the path of the semi on westbound U.S. 18/20 and the two vehicles hit head-on.

Ashton was ejected. The truck driver escaped with minor injuries.

Ashton was born in Denver.

He would have turned 68 on July 31st.

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