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Jeep has 2 spots at the 2013 Denver International Auto Show, the display where we look at Jeep’s most famous car the all new 2013 Jeep Wrangler. If conquering mountains is your idea of cool, then you have to love a vehicle with the verve of a bulldog and the boulder-climbing ability of a billy goat. Its ancestors helped win World War II doesn’t hurt its street credit, either. Then we get a peek at Camp Jeep where attendees get the opportunity to experience the extreme off-road capabilities of Jeep vehicles right on the Show floor! From rolling over rocks, climbing hills, and splashing through water, Camp Jeep takes the Denver Auto Show to a whole new level.
It’s the 2011 Denver Auto Show Special with host Jann Scott. We look at a large selection of new car, trucks, SUV’s, crossover and more on the floor, in search of great cars to buy and what new innovations the auto manufacturers are starting to include in their vehicles in order to compete with the new green movement. Some of the Automotive groups we explore are Acura, Jeep, Chevy, Fiat, Ford, Honda, Kia, Nissan, Toyota and VW as well as fancy rides by Aston Martin, Mercedes, Lamborghini, Ferrari, Bentley, and Lotus for you education and entertainment.
The 2011 Denver Auto Show has some fun things to do as well, at the Camp Jeep exhibit attendees have the opportunity to experience the extreme off-road capabilities of Jeep vehicles right on the Show floor! From rolling over rocks, climbing hills, and splashing through water, Camp Jeep will take attending the Show to a whole new level.
Investigators found a 2003 Jeep Wrangler had driven through an intersection, glanced off of a parked 2006 Toyota Pickup, and then struck the house. The point of impact was a bedroom, where two residents were sleeping. The residents were identified as Brian Hubbel (36) and Jennifer Lyles (33) who were both taken to Flagler Hospital with serious, but non-life threatening injuries.
The driver of the Jeep has been identified as Grant Ness (34) of St. Augustine. He was originally transported to Flagler Hospital in critical condition, but has been taken to Shands Trauma Center in Jacksonville for further treatment.
The cause of the crash is still under investigation, but alcohol and speed are considered factors in the crash. According to investigators, Ness was not wearing a seatbelt.
Source: St. Johns County Sheriff’s Office