EL PASO COUNTY, CO. (THECOUNT) — Tucker Shivers has been identified as the victim in a fatal snowboarding accident on Pikes Peak, Colorado Wednesday.
The Coroner said Shivers, 24, was killed in an accidental snowboard crash while on Pikes Peak near the Little Italy run.
Shivers was pronounced dead at the scene of blunt force trauma.
He leaves behind a wife and child.
A GoFundMe page has been set up to support his family.
The El Paso County Sheriff said there’s no law on the books regarding skiing or snowboarding on Pikes Peak.
Pikes Peak is a 14,115-ft. pink granite peak featuring hiking trails with stunning views, climbing & campgrounds.
Help the Shivers family raise money to give Tucker Shivers a proper burial/ceremony. He was a business owner, a leader, a friend, a husband and a father. He passed away 4/24/19 after a fall while snowboarding Pikes Peak. Snowboarding was his passion and he would do it every day if he could. He is behind a wife and child, Axel Shivers. “No one is truly dead until the ripples they left in the world die away”
Quick geo facts: El Paso County is one of the 64 counties of the U.S. state of Colorado. The 2017 census estimate recorded an approximate population of 699,232 for El Paso County. The Census Bureau’s 2017 estimate indicates it is the second-most populous county in Colorado, after the City and County of Denver – Wikipedia.