1 dead, 2 hurt in collision Saturday night in Loveland The Denver Post

​​After a crash Saturday night that killed one man and sent two other people to a hospital with serious injuries, the Loveland Police Department is investigating​.

Loveland Police responded to the intersection​ ​of E​ast​ Eisenhower ​Boulevard and North Denver Ave​nue shortly after 10 p.m. after reports of a ​vehicle crash involving two vehicles and multiple parties.

In a news release, police said the investigation revealed a 26-year-old ​man, ​identified as ​Dustin Kirby, ​​was ​driving a black Dodge Ram, traveling​ ​eastbound on Eisenhower ​Boulevard approaching the intersection ​with Denver Avenue when he ran a​ ​red light, striking a tan Subaru Legacy, which was traveling northbound on Denver Av​enue,​ entering the​ ​intersection.

The driver of the Subaru Legacy was a 33-year-old ma​n and a 22-year-​woman was a ​front seat passenger and a 34-year-old ​was riding in the rear seat.

​B​oth passengers of the Subaru were thrown from the vehicle and the driver was partially ejected​, the release stated​.

The driver of the Subaru was pronounced dead at the scene. The ​ passengers were transported to​ ​local hospitals with serious injuries.

The driver of the Dodge Ram was not injured.

Speed and alcohol are suspected as contributing factors to the crash​, the release said​.

Kirby was ​arrested on one count of ​vehicular​ h​omicide, two counts of ​vehicular ​assault and one count of ​DUI. He was​ ​booked into the Larimer County Jail​, according to police.

The identity of the​ man who died will be released by the Larimer County Coroner’s Office.

The incident remains under investigation.

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