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From the Denver7 news desk: Breaking and developing news on June 4, 2019

Posted at 6:11 AM, Jun 04, 2019
and last updated 2019-06-04 12:40:12-04

This is the Denver7 breaking and developing news blog. Throughout the day, this story will be updated with both minor and large breaking news events that our readers care about. Check back as we continue to update this story. 

8:32 a.m. — The ramp from northbound I-25 to westbound Highway 36 is closed for a semi rollover. There is no estimate of when it may reopen. Trooper Josh Lewis with Colorado State Patrol said the crash was reported at 8:15 a.m. It didn't appear that any other vehicles were involved. One person was transported with minor injuries.

Denver7's Jayson Luber recommends the following alternate route: Exit northbound I-25 for either 58th Avenue or 70th Avenue. Turn left to Broadway and then right on Broadway to the ramp for westbound Highway 36. Another option is to go north on I-25 to 84th Avenue. Then, turn left and get back on southbound I-25 down to the ramp for westbound Highway 36. You can also take northbound I-25 to west I-76 and head for Pecos. Go north on Pecos up to Highway 36.

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2:36 a.m. — The Aurora Police Department is investigating a stabbing at the Carriage Inn Motel on E. Colfax Tuesday morning. Officer Anthony Camacho with the Aurora Police Department said they responded to the area around the motel around 1:50 a.m. Officers learned a person had been stabbed in an alley south of the motel, along the 1400 block of Alton Street. One person was transported with injuries. Their condition is unknown. No arrest has been made.

1:45 a.m. — Aurora police are investigating a suspected DUI crash in the 1600 block of Hanover Street. A driver allegedly crashed into two parked vehicles, causing heavy damage. The driver was transported to a hospital with injuries. Officer Anthony Camacho with the Aurora Police Department said the driver of the crash ran from the scene and was apprehended after a brief struggle with an officer, who sustained a minor injury but will be OK.