Steamboat resident dies in crash on Highway 14 Saturday |

Steamboat resident dies in crash on Highway 14 Saturday

Editor’s note: This story has been updated to correct the spelling of Kenneth Manley’s name.

A Steamboat Springs resident died on Saturday, April 1, in a two-vehicle accident on Colorado Highway 14 near mile marker 17 outside Coalmont.

Kenneth Manley, 82, was pronounced dead at the scene following the accident that occurred at 10:25 a.m.

According to Colorado State Patrol, the Ford Explorer Manley was driving veered into the opposite lane and crashed into a Freightliner truck. 

No excessive speed or substance use was suspected, and seat belts were used by all parties, according to state patrol. The other party, a 64-year-old man from Longmont, sustained no injuries.

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