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Gazette Premium Content Crash knocks out I-25 traffic cameras, others fixed

Staff reports Updated: December 5, 2011 at 12:00 am
Staff reports Updated: December 5, 2011 at 12:00 am • Published: December 5, 2011

Several traffic cameras along I-25 are currently out of service, and likely won't be working again until weather condition improve, according a news release from the City of Colorado Springs. A camera pole was knocked down and the fiber cut during a crash at Baptist Road. That cut off cameras...

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Several traffic cameras along I-25 are currently out of service, and likely won't be working again until weather condition improve, according a news release from the City of Colorado Springs.

A camera pole was knocked down and the fiber cut during a crash at Baptist Road. That cut off cameras from Glen Eagle to Baptist Road, the city said. When conditions clear and utility lines are located and marked, a new pole will be set.

Traffic Engineering also checked out problems with the Bijou camera and near Pine Creek  affecting cameras north to Interquest. Those cameras were repaired monday evening, according to an updated news release from the city.

The Baptist Road cameras are expected to remain out of service for several days, if not weeks, according to the city.

 

 

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