“My family is gone man,” Benjamin Hendry said. “I have nobody.”
The 59-year old Lincoln Park resident is still coming to terms with a fatal crash on Jan. 23 that killed his wife, Deborah Williams, and his stepdaughter, Monica Charles.
The pair was driving south on Broadway last Saturday, when a Denver Fire Department rescue truck, heading northwest on Speer, T-boning their car.
Charles, 38, of Commerce City, died in the crash. Williams, 53, of Denver died four days later.
“I had friends out here that said a little car…was balled up like a piece of paper. They had to get the jaws of life to pull them out,” Hendry said.
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