Colorado State Patrol troopers are piecing together details of an impaired driving incident on Interstate 70 Wednesday afternoon. Reportedly, Robin Boyce was driving westbound on I-70 in Jefferson County when she hit a truck around 12:30 pm. She continued driving west for about 40 miles before striking a tractor-trailer rig. The impact of the second crash partially ripped the top of her Volkswagen Beetle off.
Boyce drove two more miles before striking a guard rail. She then exited the highway near Silverthorne and parked at a Wendy’s fast food restaurant. She attempted to run from police but was apprehended. Boyce was taken to a local hospital for a check-up before being booked on suspicion of DUI in Colorado at the Summit County Jail.
Boyce had a golden retriever in the vehicle at the time. The dog was unharmed and was taken by Summit County Animal Control.
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