A Colorado couple died in a two-vehicle crash west of Scottsbluff.
Scottsbluff County Attorney Doug Warner told KNEB radio the Friday evening crash killed 69-year-old driver, Jimmie Skinner, and 68-year-old Patricia Timerman. The two were from Colorado Springs and were engaged.
Warner says the crash occurred about 5:30 p.m. when the couple's eastbound car struck a northbound vehicle that apparently didn't yield at a stop sign.
The other vehicle was driven by 30-year-old Zacharie Hays of Gering. He was listed in fair condition at a Scottsbluff hospital.
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