Coroner IDs 4 killed in Weld County collision

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WELD COUNTY, Colo. — A crash between a semi and a car killed four people southeast of Greeley in Weld County Saturday.

Two adults and a male child from the car died at the scene. A second child from the car died later at Children’s Hospital in Aurora.

Weld County coroner Mark Ward released the names of the victims Sunday as 45-year-old Jamie Prado-Garcia and his wife, 63-year-old Linda Alvarez, both from Omaha, Neb. The two children killed in the crash were identified as 8-year-old Pedro Partida and 2-year-old Christian Partida, of Evans, Colo. The two boys were nephews of Prado-Garcia.

Paramedics took the driver of the semi to Northern Colorado Medical Center in Greeley. His condition has not been released.

Colorado State Patrol spokeswoman Heather Cobler says a red Peterbilt semi pulling an empty flat bed trailer was heading south on WCR 49 when it collided with a silver Infinity that failed to stop at a stop sign when it was going west on WCR 54.

Weld County Road 49 was closed from US Highway 34 to WCR 52. WCR 54 was closed just east and west of the crash scene.The cause of the crash remains under investigation.