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6:27 p.m.: The Douglas County Sheriff's Office says a suspect with a gun shot at deputies while on a traffic stop on Highway 85. Deputies returned fire and the suspect was killed. No deputies were injured.
While on a traffic stop Hwy 85 and Delva Way suspect with a gun shot at deputies. Deputies returned fire. Suspect was shot and killed. No deputies were injured. We will release more information as it becomes available. Hwy 85 still shut down. #Delvashooting
— DC Sheriff (@dcsheriff) September 1, 2018
5:34 p.m.: Highway 85 is completely shutdown from Delva to Manhart in Douglas County due to an officer-involved shooting. No deputies were injured, per the Douglas County Sheriff's Office.
Deputies involved in officer involved shooting on Hwy 85 and Delva Way. Hwy 85 is completely shut down from Delva to Manhart. No deputies injured. Due to extreme traffic congestion and roads shut down no media staging area at the scene. Will advise when Hwy 85 is re-opened. pic.twitter.com/SOetiHYdcs
— DC Sheriff (@dcsheriff) August 31, 2018
4:35 p.m.: There are heavy delays into and out of downtown Denver this evening as the Rocky Mountain Showdown and A Taste of Colorado take place, RTD officials say.
Heavy delays into & out of downtown Denver this evening due to CU vs CSU traffic and road closures for Taste of Colorado. Detours for 20+ routes near Civic Center Park tonight and through the weekend - alerts by route at https://t.co/9SWchLCW5C
— RTD (@RideRTD) August 31, 2018
11:30 a.m. -- At least eight people have been hospitalized after a possible chlorine gas leak near 40th Ave. and Havana St. in Denver.
10:50 a.m. — Authorities are responding to a hazmat situation at 11250 E. 40th Avenue in northeast Denver.
Capt. Greg Pixley with the Denver Fire Department said two people have been injured. Nearby business are being evacuated.
In a tweet, Denver police said they are also responding and are asking for the public to avoid the area of E. 40th Avenue and Lima Street.