More details on the three most recents deaths posted by Faithful:
On Monday, 37-year-old Patrick Richard Montoya died at St. Anthony Hospital in Denver. The hospital says the father of five died from the flu and its complications.
Tuesday night, Montoya's friends and family had a candlelight vigil at his home. His family says his flu systems started on Oct. 4 and he died in the hospital seven days later.
"If you guys think you have the swine flu or even mild cold, you need to go in and get checked. We love him and we are missing him. This is unfair to all kids that he left behind," Desiree Montoya, Patrick's sister, said.
Montoya's family says he didn't have any other health problems. They say his symptoms included stomach cramps, dehydration and a high fever. His funeral is set for Wednesday.
Two more deaths were reported in Pueblo County. The two victims, 37-year-old Ronald Berumen and 21-year-old Jacqueline Romero, each had underlying health conditions, according to authorities. Berumen suffered from a seizure disorder while Romero was diabetic.
Berumen died in the emergency room of St. Mary-Corwin Medical Center, while Romero passed away at home. http://www.9news.com/news/article.aspx? ... &catid=188