Crash victim remembered as gentle, strong

29th August, 2014 by

By Randy Wyrick

EAGLE — Hugo Castillo Marquez was back in court Tuesday morning, surrounded by his large family and sporting about two dozen staples across his forehead and scalp, binding the wounds he suffered when the car he was driving crashed and killed Cuhatlique Cardenas. An hour after Castillo Marquez left the courthouse, some of Cuhatlique’s mentors, teachers and Colorado Mountain College classmates gathered at CMC’s Edwards campus, around the fire pit on the building’s back porch. Ironically, Castillo Marquez was in the building. He’s free on $25,000 bond. He attends classes there, but didn’t appear at Cuhatlique’s CMC memorial. By the …

Source: Vail Daily Feed



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