DENVER (CBS4) – Avalanche danger remains a big concern in Colorado’s high country.

Earlier this week a snow slide crushed a cabin on Vail Pass. Nobody was injured.

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So far in 2017, more than 400 avalanches have been recorded in the Colorado Rockies and they’ve forcing more road closures on Saturday.

(credit: CBS)

(credit: CBS)

The Colorado Department of Transportation had to close Highway 550 north of Durango because of multiple avalanches.

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Lizard Head Pass was also close but has since reopened after avalanche cleanup work.

(credit: CBS)

(credit: CBS)

Truck driver Edward Nielson posted video on YouTube after a white-knuckle drive through Vail Pass showing semi drivers getting stuck. He comments that they aren’t using chains.

Commercial drivers who don’t obey Colorado chain laws could face a fine.

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LINK: Colorado Avalanche Information Center