LOVELAND, Colo. (CBS4) – The driver’s side window of a semi was shattered Friday on Interstate 25 in northern Colorado, and the driver had to be taken to the hospital.

The UPS truck was traveling north in the morning on I-25 near Crossroads Boulevard when the incident happened, according to the Colorado State Patrol.

Investigators with a task force in investigating shattered windows in Larimer County say a bullet didn’t cause the window breakage.

There was also a window shattered on Thursday on Interstate 25 but the driver replaced the window and vacuumed evidence. Other than that, there hasn’t been a report of a shattered window since early June.

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The task force has yet to arrest anyone for shootings that took place in northern Colorado earlier this year.

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