Here's a roundup of traffic and road conditions around Colorado Springs and the Pikes Peak region on Wednesday.
A serious crash closed southbound lanes of I-25 Wednesday just north of Pueblo. The wreck was reported near mile marker 112 just after 2:00 p.m.
One person has been taken to a hospital after the Cimarron Street and 21st crash. The El Paso County Sheriff's Office is still working to find the suspect of the hit and run.
The crash at U.S. 24 and 21st Street has been cleared. The left turn lane from Cimarron Street to southbound 21st Street is still blocked.
Good news! The Highway 24/21st Street Intersection has been reopened after a multi-vehicle crash. https://t.co/uFXpmmFQhi— Springs Police (@CSPDPIO) June 12, 2019
A crash is blocking the intersection of U.S. 24 and 21st Street. Both directions of traffic are blocked.
All directions of HY24 & 21st Street are closed for this incident. https://t.co/Fxk47GHrKy— CSPD Communications (@CSPDComCenter) June 12, 2019
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A crash has been reported blocking part of the right lane of southbound Interstate 25 through the Gap project, between the Plum Creek Parkway and Tomah Road exits.
There is a full closure on westbound Interstate 70 at the Eisenhower Tunnel. Motorists will have to detour over Loveland Pass, Colorado Department of Transportation said.
The closure is between Exit 216 - U.S. 6 and mile marker 205 and is expected to reopen at 1 p.m.
I-70 WB: Full closure between Exit 216 - US 6; Loveland Pass and MM 205. All vehicles traveling WB must use Loveland Pass, Exit 216. Planned to reopen 1:00 pm today.— CDOT (@ColoradoDOT) June 12, 2019
The right northbound lane of Interstate 25 has been cleared of the earlier crash. Expect long delays between the Tomah Road and Plum Creek Parkway exits from backed up traffic.
The morning commute to Denver could take a little longer due to a crash that is blocking the right northbound lane of Interstate 25 near the Tomah Road exit, seven miles south of Castle Rock.