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Colorado State trooper crashes, flips on Hwy 24 near Woodland Park

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A Colorado State trooper flipped his patrol vehicle on Highway 24 near Woodland Park Friday morning.

The call came in at 6:46 a.m. According to Colorado State Patrol, the trooper was traveling westbound on Hwy 24 at milepost 287 when he failed to stop in time at the stoplight.

The trooper crashed into a semi-truck and rolled the vehicle on its side.

The trooper was okay and the person in the other vehicle was not injured.

The highway reopened at 7:44 a.m.

Local News / News / Teller County / Traffic

Hanna Knutson

Hanna is the traffic reporter for Good Morning Colorado.

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  1. Woodland Park – city of the perpetual red lights! I bet the trooper got tired of stopping at all of the red lights! The only ones that love those lights are the City of Woodland Park!

    1. That’s because the lights are the only things that would make anyone want to stop. Woodland Park, the city that thinks they are a Ski resort town. The only problem is they are not a ski resort town, just another hole-in-the-wall “South Park” styled mountain town.

    1. And there’s no indication that he/she was responding to a call with lights & siren. So it sounds quite straightforward as you stated.

      I’m surprised KRDO hasn’t closed comments on this story yet. It generally only seems to take 1 or 2 comments to do that now… 🙄

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