Steamboat Springs One of the two people injured in a wreck near Steamboat II on June 17 has been released from the hospital.
Roger Graham, of Jensen, Utah, was released from Yampa Valley Medical Center on June 21.
Jensen was injured when his 1969 Mustang fastback was crushed in a head-on wreck on U.S. 40. He suffered a broken arm, a back injury, face lacerations and lost several teeth in the wreck.
The accident happened as Jensen was on his way home from showing his restored vehicle at the Mustang Round Up in Steamboat Springs.
The other driver in the two-car accident, Ellen Morris, is still hospitalized in fair condition, according to spokeswoman Christine McKelvie.
McKelvie said Morris, 83, is expected to be transferred to the Extended Care Center in Steamboat Springs for rehabilitation later this week.
Morris broke her ankles, a hand and injured her knee in the wreck. She received a citation for careless driving causing injury.