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Gazette Premium Content Morning wrecks slow traffic on Highway 24, Dublin-Marksheffel

The Gazette - Updated: March 28, 2014 at 7:28 am
The Gazette - Updated: March 28, 2014 at 7:28 am • Published: March 28, 2014

Two serious crashes have slowed the Friday morning commute in Teller County and northeast Colorado Springs. A wreck at Highway 24 and Highway 67 in Divide shut down all lanes of the intersection for a short time Friday morning, according to Colorado State Patrol. The Teller County Sheriff's...

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Two serious crashes have slowed the Friday morning commute in Teller County and northeast Colorado Springs.

A wreck at Highway 24 and Highway 67 in Divide shut down all lanes of the intersection for a short time Friday morning, according to Colorado State Patrol.

The Teller County Sheriff's Office said around 7 a.m. that both highways have reopened, although the right-hand turn lane from Highway 67 north to Highway 24 remains closed.

Also, Colorado Springs police are reporting a two-vehicle crash with one vehicle rolled on southbound Marksheffel between Dublin and Stetson Hills.

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