Denver police have ticketed the driver of a semitrailer suspected of striking the bottom of three bridges over Interstate 25.
A driver who struck and badly injured a Denver officer early Friday morning and causing a chain reaction crash is suspected of driving under the influence.
All southbound lanes of Interstate 25 were reopened after they were closed for a while Friday afternoon because of a crash.
Officials with Denver police say the cause of a crash on Interstate 25 that injured a Denver police officer and shut down the northbound lanes near 20th Avenue is unclear so far.
Six weeks after its launch, Colorado’s first state-owned and operated bus system, the Bustang, isn’t exactly bustling yet.
Investigators with Denver Police and the Adams County Sheriff’s Office believe they located the semi and an empty trailer wanted in connection with several hit-and-runs with overpasses along Interstate 25.
The on-ramp to northbound Interstate 25 at Thornton Parkway will remain closed during repairs to a water main break. When the ramp will reopen is not known.
Three lanes of northbound Interstate 25 were closed for a few hours Thursday afternoon after a semi struck at least three bridges and kept driving. Traffic was reduced to one lane and backups stretched for miles.
It’s a common complaint among drivers in the Denver metro area– the commute– but what ranks worst probably won’t come as a surprise.
A tanker fire that spread to nearby brush near the Douglas- El Paso County line shut down all lanes of Interstate 25 on Wednesday afternoon.