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Crash causes major backup on I-25 near Larkspur


LARKSPUR, Colo. (KRDO) -- UPDATE: Northbound Interstate 25 has reopened after a crash near Larkspur that caused major delays Thursday morning. Traffic began flowing again at about 10:10 a.m.


The Colorado Department of Transportation reported that northbound Interstate 25 was closed between Colorado Springs and Denver on Thanksgiving morning due to a crash near Larkspur.

The crash was reported at about 8:10 a.m. Traffic cameras showed a significant backup of traffic in the northbound lanes that stretched over a mile near Upper Lake Gulch Road as of 9 a.m., with vehicles moving slowly.

Information about the crash wasn't made immediately available.

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  1. I thought all the recent work in “the gap” was supposed to eliminate all traffic accidents on the Interstate between Colorado Springs and Denver.

  2. Was up that way today. Still just 2 lanes. 3rd lane not open yet. Will believe the eliminate all wrecks when I see that. Many people here just are not that good of drivers

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