Man Wants to Find People Who Stayed With Wife During I-25 Rollover

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A Colorado Springs man is asking for help to find the people who stayed with his wife when she was involved in a rollover accident.

The accident happened on I-25 near Woodmen in Colorado Springs on July 14 around 5 p.m. Kenneth Wright says his 54-year-old wife, Debbie, was driving a 1997 green Honda Civic. Wright tells us his wife died a few days after the wreck. He said doctors think she crashed after having a brain aneurysm.

Wright wants to speak to the people who stayed with his wife until paramedics arrived. He hopes it will bring him some closure.

Please contact 11 News Anchor Dianne Derby at if you know anyone who may have assisted the woman during this wreck.

Click here to read the previous story about the accident.

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