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Crash report: Southern Colorado drivers experience slick roads Monday

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Drivers experienced slick and snow-packed roads Monday morning.

On Sunday evening the City of Fountain and the City of Colorado Springs were placed on Accident Alert Status. Around 8:45 a.m., CDOT closed the northbound lanes of I-25 between CO 105 (Monument) to Greenland as crews worked to clear ice and snow from the roadway. At 9:15 a.m. the roadway reopened.

There was a multiple-vehicle crash on I-25 NB north of Castle Pines at Lincoln Ave. The crash happened just after 8:45 a.m.

The Colorado Department of Transportation specifically advised drivers to take it slow on Hwy 24 between Woodland Park and Colorado Springs due to icy conditions.

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CDOT said motorists should avoid impacted areas Monday morning especially the I-70 Mountain Corridor and I-25 between Monument and Castle Rock. The speed limit will be lowered to 45 mph in the gap to slow traffic down during the storm.

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Check back for updates on the changing road conditions.

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Hanna Knutson

Hanna is the traffic reporter for Good Morning Colorado.