A woman injured in a collision between a police car and a train will be charged with a traffic violation

A lawyer for a woman Colorado who was injured in a collision between a train and a police car says she faces a felony charge for an alleged road rage incident.

Attorney Paul Wilkinson said Yareni Rios-Gonzalez, 20, will be charged by the Weld County District Attorney on a threatening felony count, by 9NEWS in Denver.

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Rios-Gonzalez was hospitalized with nine broken ribs as well as other serious leg and hip injuries after being left in the back seat of a police car parked on the train tracks. The officer who put Rios-Gonzalez in the back seat of the police car drove away to check his vehicle when the police car was hit by the train.

Multiple officers were at the scene responding to a road rage incident that allegedly involved a firearm.

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No charges have been brought against the officer in the incident, although prosecutors are still investigating the charges against him. He is on administrative leave while the investigation into the situation continues.