Family members of two women killed along Interstate 70 near Limon are outraged to learn a teenager reportedly was behind the wheel of the semi that hit them.
Police say the man accused of leading officers on a high-speed chase across eastern Colorado had been on the run from Texas since July 7 and had been involved in an assault and domestic violence case.
Authorities say a 16-year-old boy was driving a tractor-trailer that struck and killed two Texas women who were changing a tire on Interstate 70 near Limon.
Law officers pulled a man from a truck on Interstate 70 Saturday afternoon after they say he led officers on a high-speed chase across the Eastern Plains.
Two people were killed when they were struck by a semi while they were changing a tire on the side of Interstate 70 Saturday morning.
A tribute was held Friday for a Limon police officer killed in the of duty.
A co-driver was killed and a driver was injured when two tractor-trailers sideswiped each other, forcing the Colorado State Patrol to close the eastbound lanes of a major highway southeast of Denver.
A group of metro police officers gave up their cruisers and got on their bicycles for a good cause Monday.
Interstate 70 is back open, after near-zero visibility forced officials to close all 160 miles of the westbound lanes between the Kansas state line and metro Denver and a 70-mile stretch of eastbound lanes from metro Denver to the plains town of Limon yesterday.
Limon is not so much buried by snow as consumed by it.