Many Tow Trucks & Emergency Vehicles Honor Delta Man That Died
The unfortunate news of two men found dead from last weeks snow-cat accident on the Grand Mesa tore many hearts apart.
A co-memorial for both men that died was held on Saturday, February 9th at the Delta Performing Arts Center.
Tow truck owner Ryan Wells was one of the deceased parties found in the tragic accident. Wells 30-years-old owned Ol' Red's Towing for the last six years in Delta.
Ryan was well respected in the community and was known for serving others in his area with great character and hard work.
It was obvious that many near and far felt the same about Wells by the number of tow trucks and emergency vehicles that lined up at the Delta Performing Arts Center to honor him.
A tow truck transported Ryan to his final resting place at the Delta Cemetery while the others followed behind.
Richard "Ricky" Colton was the other gentleman that was killed in the accident and was honored as well. Alpine Bank in Delta set-up a memorial account for both men.
SOURCES; Delta County Independent and KKCO 11 News