Safelite Releases Statement about Employee Ejected from Vehicle in Colorado Collision
October 22, 2010
A Service AutoGlass employee who was injured earlier this week in a collision in which he was ejected from his work vehicle “is still in the hospital but doing fine,” according to Melina Metzger, a spokesperson for Service’s parent company, Safelite. Edward Humphrey, 27, a delivery person for the Service AutoGlass distribution center in Aurora, Colo., was ejected from his vehicle following a rear-end collision in Loveland, Colo., on October 19.
“The driver in the accident is still in the hospital but doing fine, I’m told,” says Metzger. “Our thoughts are with him and his family along with the others involved in the accident.”
Humphrey was driving a 2006 Mitsubishi FE85D that is owned by Safelite, according to the Colorado State Patrol (CSP), when the accident occurred. According to the CSP, he was ejected from the vehicle during the course of the collision and was taken to Medical Center of the Rockies.
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