Vehicular homicide charges for woman accused of causing deadly, wrong-way wreck on I-25

Kimberly Rodriguez Roldan, 24, faces two charges of vehicular homicide while driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol and two counts of vehicular assault while DUI in connection to the Jan. 27 crash.

The woman accused of driving the wrong way on Interstate 25 in January, killing two people and injuring two others was formally charged on Wednesday.

Kimberly Rodriguez Roldan, 24, faces two charges of vehicular homicide while driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol and two counts of vehicular assault while DUI in connection to the Jan. 27 crash.

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Troopers say Roldan, who was allegedly driving her Jeep southbound in a northbound I-25 HOV lane near 58th Avenue, slammed into a CRV driven by Miguel Ramirez-Gutierrez, 47.

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He and his 17-year-old son, Michael Ramirez-Muro, were killed in the crash.

Two other passengers in that vehicle suffered serious injuries and were rushed to the hospital by ambulance.

Roldan will be in court for formal advisement of charges at 8:30 a.m. on April 6 in Division 2 of

Adams County Court.

She is free on $20,000 bond with supervised release and monitored sobriety.