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8:15 p.m.: Denver Water crews continue to work to restore water in south Denver following a water main break earlier Friday afternoon.
Crews currently working to restore water. Road closure on W Evans to continue through tomorrow morning. Water will be restored later tonight around midnight. https://t.co/c5ZhW4qQjK
— Denver Water (@DenverWater) June 9, 2018
4:53 p.m.: Denver Police are investigating a shooting in the 4100 block of Walsh Place. One adult male victim has been taken to the hospital; there is no suspect information at this time.
4:31 p.m.: A water main break in an industrial area off Evans near Santa Fe in south Denver has caused minor street flooding in the area. Several roads near the break are closed.
— Denver7 News (@DenverChannel) June 8, 2018
4:22 p.m.: A tanker rollover on Loveland Pass has caused 800 gallons of fuel to spill out onto the roadway. A hazmat crew are assisting in the cleanup. No injuries have been reported. The crash has closed the highway temporally
Traffic Advisory Update
-Hwy 6 Loveland Pass remains closed
-@ClearCreekEMS & @CSP_HAZMAT continue to help in the offloading of the nearly 8000 gallons of fuel
-CMV’s hauling HazMat are allowed to go through the Ike-Johnson tunnels on the top of the hour pic.twitter.com/CsI91mL0K0
— CSP Golden (@CSP_Golden) June 8, 2018
6:27 a.m.: Clear Creek Canyon is closed between highways 119 and 58 due to a crash on U.S. 6.
5:42 a.m.: Two lanes reopened at the Wolfensberger Rd/ Wilcox St exit on northbound I-25. Three vehicles involved. One person transported to the hospital.
5:30 a.m.: One lane of NB I-25 reopened at Plum Creek Parkway as first responders respond to multi-vehicle crash.
5:15 a.m.: NB I-25 is closed at the Plum Creek Parkway exit.
I-25 NB: Road closed at Exit 181 - Plum Creek Parkway (Castle Rock). All lanes blocked due to crash
— CDOT (@ColoradoDOT) June 8, 2018