Teen injured in crash
is in fair condition
A hospitalized teenager injured in a car crash Thursday was upgraded to fair condition Friday.
Danielle Iacovetto, 17, of Oak Creek, is in the intensive care unit of Yampa Valley Medical Center, spokeswoman Christine McKelvie said.
Iacovetto was one of three people involved in an accident about 1:30 p.m. Thursday at the intersection of Lincoln Avenue and Pine Grove Road.
Iacovetto was sitting in the front passenger seat of a Subaru Legacy that was broadsided by a northbound semi-trailer when the driver of the Subaru attempted to turn left from southbound Lincoln Avenue to head west on Pine Grove Road, police officials said.
The driver of the Subaru, Allegra Bonfiglio, 17, of Oak Creek, was treated and released from the medical center Thursday, McKelvie said. The driver of the semi-trailer, Roger Reece, 32, of Craig, was not taken to the hospital, police said.
No citations had been issued as of Friday afternoon, and the investigation into the accident was still taking place, police said.
United Way, Steamboat Motors seek donations
Routt County United Way and Steamboat Motors host Christmas in July to help families who need basic assistance. Donate new, unwrapped basic necessities -- such as toiletries, paper products, diapers, soaps, cleaning supplies and school supplies -- next week, July 14-19, at Steamboat Motors on W. U.S. Highway 40; City Market, Safeway or Curve Market. Call 879-5605.
Euzoa Bible Church offers vacation bible school
Euzoa Bible Church offers a free "Super Cool Undersea Bible Adventure" vacation bible school next week, July 14-18. Camp takes place from 9 a.m. to noon at the church, 32305 Routt County Road 38. Call 879-0123 to register.
Figure skating group lessons being offered
Introductory figure skating group lessons are being offered from 2:30 to 3:30 p.m. Mondays and Wednesdays at Howelsen Ice Arena. Cost is $10 per class and skate rentals are not included. Drop in or call 871-1152, Ext. 340 to register for a four-week program.