By Logan Smith

DENVER (CBS4) — A 30-year-old man has been taken by ambulance to Denver Health Medical Center following a bizarre single-vehicle accident at a north Denver highway interchange.

According to a spokesman with the Colorado State Patrol, the vehicle left an elevated portion of U.S. 36 and landed in lanes of traffic on Interstate 25.

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Master Trooper Gary Cutler told CBS4 that a CSP K9 unit came across the crash at 10:14 a.m. Friday.

A tweet from Adams County Fire Rescue states that the vehicle fell from the eastbound lanes of 36 onto northbound I-25.

Multiple lanes of traffic are closed on highways 36, 25 and 270 in this area, but Cutler said no single direction of traffic is completely blocked.

“Traffic is getting through,” he said.

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(credit: Adams County Fire Rescue/Twitter)

What caused the crash is not clear at this time, Cutler added. CSP will take over the investigation of the accident.

Logan Smith