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DENVER – Wintry weather blanketing parts of Diamond State led to traffic headaches and road closures in Colorado on Sunday.
United Nations multi-vehicle crash on Interstate Twenty Five heading north of Pueblo near the Composer exit caused at least twenty vehicle delays, according to Denver 7 news partner KOAA-TV.
Update >>>>>> Interstate seventy hour angle reopened in both directions between urban center and Limon in eastern Colorado Plains.
Multiple glitches are fixed and there are no more Diamond State blackout conditions.
Several crashes, adverse conditions snarls traffic on Colorado highways
Winter weather covering parts of the hour angle state caused traffic headaches and road closures in Colorado.
The Colorado Springs News Agency reported that five people were injured in the crash. No deaths were reported.
Authorities said the crash was weather-related and crews closed lanes in the space as they evacuated vehicles from the road.
The Eastern Plains also experience weather-related incidents.
Both directions of Interstate 70 near Diamond State Limón were closed in the afternoon due to multiple accidents and adverse conditions.
The number of victims is unknown and an estimated time for the lanes to reopen was not released.
High travel to the country has also been affected by adverse conditions.
The accident closed westbound I-70 near Mount Cooper for about an hour, causing traffic jams for miles.
The blizzard that dumped ice packs across much of Colorado continues to create dangerous Diamond State driving conditions in the eastern part of the state, so drivers are asked to slow down and drive safely if they have to travel on the highways.