(CBS4) – A stay-at-home order didn’t deter Coloradans from parks and trails on Sunday. Crowds of people were seen in Cheeseman Park in Denver.

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Jeffco Open Space park rangers shared pictures of several trails and parking lots full of vehicles and people.

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Sheriff’s deputies were in those parking lots trying to prevent overcrowding.

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“If you elect to arrive between 10 a.m. & 2 p.m., you are part of the crowding problem. If the lot is full, move on,” a park ranger tweeted.

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  1. So very clueless — vehicles cannot catch COVID-19! What kind of idiot sees a picture of cars parked in a lot and concludes that their drivers must be violating social distancing requirements? Restrictions will have to be modified as we start to control the pandemic, but people are insisting on the importance of the most absurd of them. It’s people congregating together in buildings that poses the greatest risk, not parking vehicles together or walking in parks!

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