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DENVER SNOW: Crash warning issued for some sections of Denver metro due to smooth driving conditions

DENVER (KDVR) – Snow is falling across the Denver metro area, causing slippery driving conditions and a number of crashes.

Snow is expected to last through the morning rush hour.

We will update this with the latest information as we receive it:

8:45 a.m.: Trail Ridge Road in #RMNP is currently closed at US junction 34-36 at Deer Ridge Interchange (about 4 km from the east entrance at Beaver Meadows & Fall River) due to icy and snowy conditions. Vehicles cannot enter the Hidden Valley ski area. Don’t know when this will change

8:30am: Resume backup on NB E-470 from Jewell and SB after Pena due to multiple issues. Please wait for the delay. Thank you for your patience as we work to free this area.

8:15 a.m.: Road blocked on ramp from C470 WB to Hwy 85 Roll over tanker truck leaking diesel fuel

8:15 a.m.: Peña Avenue is now on Incident Alert. If you are traveling in the area and have been involved in an accident, now is the time to call the police

8:15 a.m.: Douglas & Arapahoe County Transportation Advisors are on Crash Alert If you were involved in a crash with no injuries, no drug or alcohol addiction, every driver is have a driver’s license and each vehicle has valid insurance, you can change your information and submit a report online

8:15 a.m.: Wheat Ridge is on an Accident Alert. Slow down or stay home for now. Lots of slips go on

8:15 a.m.: Parker Police: We’re currently on ACCIDENT WARNING. What does that mean here: http://parkerpolice.org/1798/Accident-Alert

https://kdvr.com/news/local/live-updates-accident-alerts-issued-for-several-parts-of-metro-denver-due-to-slick-driving-conditions/ DENVER SNOW: Crash warning issued for some sections of Denver metro due to smooth driving conditions

Emma Bowman

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