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Crown Rally Accident: 2 Dead

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According to the San Miguel County Colorado Sheriff’s Department, two people were killed after their Porsche 911 Turbo exited the road above the speed limit during a charity road rally on Thursday, June 16 2022

According to police, the Porsche was travelling at around 140 mph on Highway 141 in Colorado when it left the road and jumped a fence.

The coupe then rolled several times before stopping, ejecting the driver in the process. Its occupants, two men from Illinois, ages 43 and 38, were killed in the crash.

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According to reports, the Porsche and its occupants were taking part in the Crown Rally, a five-day enthusiast event that began on Wednesday, June 15, 2022, and ended on Sunday, June 19.

The Crown Rally is a charity-driven event, that has raised over $750,000 for non-profit organizations like the Shriners Hospitals for Children, Epilepsy Foundation of America, Hear the Cheers, Chicago Police Memorial Foundation, Illinois State Police Heritage Foundation, and others through the Rally4aCause Foundation.

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