An auto-key locksmith business has shut down after an owner was found dead in a car after being killed in a crash last week.
The owner of the locksmith shop, Lock & Key Auto Repair in Fort Collins, Colo., was found unresponsive at around 2:30 a.m. on Monday after driving a Ford Escape westbound on I-20 near the entrance to the Denver International Airport, according to the Colorado Department of Transportation.
An autopsy found he died of “multiple blunt force injuries” and a medical examiner ruled his death a homicide, according a statement from Fort Collins Police.
Investigators believe the crash occurred while the vehicle was parked in a park along the freeway.
The crash was captured on video by a witness who posted it to YouTube.
The Fort Collins locksmiths shop was located at 1001 N. Highway 70 in Fort Pierce, according the Denver Police Department.
The locksmith and a supervisor were also injured in the crash, according, the police department said.