On September 12 at about 11:19pm, Fort Collins Police was notified of a car versus pedestrian collision in the 6000 block of South College Avenue. Witnesses reported a person was lying in the roadway and was run over by several cars.
A 1978 Ford Mustang was found parked in the right through lane of northbound College Avenue north of Skyway Drive with its hazard lights on. An unidentified woman was found in the right through lane of southbound College near the intersection.
Police believe a 1999 Ford Expedition was traveling south on College Avenue in the right through lane and collided with the pedestrian. Shortly after the first collision, a 1991 Honda Civic, traveling in the right through lane of southbound College Avenue, collided with the woman as she lay on the roadway. As witnesses were walking to the woman, a third unidentified vehicle ran over the woman and continued southbound on College Avenue without stopping. The third vehicle could only be described by witnesses as light in color.
The driver of the Expedition, Monty Dumler, 40, of Greeley, was not injured. The driver of the Civic, Calah Volz, 22, of Fort Collins, was also not injured.
College Avenue was closed between Fossil Creek Parkway and Trilby Road for about 6 hours while investigators processed the scene. Police believe Dumler may have been driving under the influence of alcohol. The investigation is continuing and charges are pending.
Anyone with information about the collision or identity of the third driver is asked to contact Officer Drew Jurkofsky at 970-221-6555.