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Officer Mike Holland was in serious and stable condition after the crash on U.S. 24 at the Martin Luther King Jr. Bypass (photo by KKTV)
Lincoln Community Hospital in Hugo, Colo. (Google Maps screenshot)
bike fest
A hole made in the fence is one of the places a person can get access to the train tracks near Monument Valley Park. A woman was killed on the train tracks north of the Bijou St. bridge on Sunday morning, June 25, 2017. The area is a no trespassing area. (Photo by Jerilee Bennett, The Gazette)
driving class
The Ford Driving Skills for Life class gave local teens an opportunity to improve their driving skills for free this weekend at the Broadmoor World Arena. Anna-Ellen Graham tries to drive through a course while wearing goggles that simulate impairment while getting instruction from Officer Nick Ryland on Sunday, June 25, 2017. Fellow teen student driver, Taber Banks, is all grins while watching from the backseat. The traveling class comes through Colorado Springs every couple of years. (Photo by Jerilee Bennett, The Gazette)
The 392 fire - burning near Kenosha Pass in Park County was determined to be human caused. (Photo courtesy of Pike & San Isabel National Forests and Cimarron & Comanche National Grasslands via Isapsiccfireinfo.blogspot.com)
Col. James DeVere, 302nd Airlift Wing commander observes the arrival of "MAFFS 5," a C-130 Hercules, at Gowen Field Air National Guard Base, Idaho, April 20, 2017. Approximately 70 Air Force reservists and two MAFFS-equipped C-130s from the 302nd AW will participate in classroom and flight certification training. (U.S. Air Force photo/Maj. Jolene Bottor-Ortiona)
ZOO HIPPOS
The Cheyenne Mountain Zoo’s hippo sisters, Zambezi (23), left, and Kasai (16), step into their outdoor pool Thursday, September 22, 2016. The hippos will be leaving for a two-year stay at the Dickerson Park Zoo in Springfield, MO starting at the beginning of October. They will be gone while a new exhibit is built for them here with funds raised from the Zoo’s “Making Waves” capital campaign. Guests have two weeks to visit the Zoo to say. “See you later!” to the hippos. Photo by Mark Reis, The Gazette