JEFFERSON COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4) – As a strong winter storm swept into the Denver metro area, some drivers couldn’t go toe to toe with Mother Nature. Many vehicles spun out Wednesday night.
Wheat Ridge police first said Kipling Street was shut down between 32nd and 38th Avenues because of snow packed roads. Then, police reported multiple spinouts on Interstate 70 going west at 58th Avenue.READ MORE: USGS Reports 2.8 Magnitude Earthquake Near Aspen Saturday Night
Drivers in Golden faced similar stories.
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CBS4’s Alan Gionet came across several vehicles seemingly abandoned on Highway 93 or with Colorado State Patrol near them.
It’s not clear if anyone was hurt in these spinouts.
CBS4 Meteorologist Lauren Whitney says the snow will not let up overnight, and drivers should expect rough driving conditions in the morning.
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