The family of a man killed in a possible drunk driving accident says they are still in disbelief that he's gone.
Kyle Dunbar, 26, was killed Friday morning after another driver allegedly ran a stop sign.
According to State Patrol, 24-year-old Cassandra Griffin of Colorado Springs blew through the intersection of Highway 94 and Ellicott Highway, and crashed into the driver's side of a Dodge pickup. The truck spun around, rolled onto its roof, then kept moving until it crashed into a nearby building. Dunbar, of Rush, died at the scene.
Troopers said Monday that they suspect Griffin was drunk when she got behind the wheel that morning, but are still waiting on her alcohol test results to confirm that. Charges are pending. Griffin was seriously injured in the crash and was still in the hospital as of Monday.
A man riding was Griffin was hurt, but not as badly. No one inside the building was injured.
Dunbar's mother told 11 News he was great son, who left behind children of his own. His mother said Dunbar was a caring father to his kids.
Troopers say both Dunbar and Griffin were
A funeral has been planned for Nov. 14 at Miami-Yoder School.