Two arrested in deadly street racing crash

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COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (KKTV) Colorado Springs Police have arrested a man and a woman who were allegedly racing their cars when they caused the crash that killed a Fountain man.

On Friday (11-09), Colorado Springs Police arrested 32-year-old Alisha J. Beauchamp, and 26-year-old Brayden Bucholz.

Police say that on Monday, November 5th, Beauchamp and Buchholz, were racing on Nevada Avenue in downtown Colorado Springs, when the vehicle driven by Beauchamp struck a car that was turning onto Cimarron Street. The driver of that car, 64-year-old Norman Giddings, was thrown from the vehicle and died on scene. Beauchamp and a juvenile passenger in her car were taken to the hospital, but only had minor injuries.

Both Beauchamp and Buchholz were arrested and charged with vehicular homicide.