DENVER – Interstate 70 reopened in both directions through Glenwood Canyon just before 2 p.m. Monday after a crash involving 17 vehicles shut down both directions Monday morning., according to the Colorado State Patrol.
Initial reports about the crash from CSP Eagle say 15 cars and 2 commercial motor vehicles are involved. Injuries are being reported following the crash, according to the CSP.
CSP spokesman Trooper Josh Lewis said crashes are eastbound at Grizzly Creek (milemarker 120). Two people were taken to Valley View Hospital with unknown injuries.
CSP said the road had reopened in both directions by 2 p.m.
ROAD OPEN: Interstate 70 in BOTH directions is now open through the Glenwood Canyon, following a multi-car crash. With sub-zero temps, roadways are still icy! Please take your time and SLOW DOWN! #COtraffic— CSP Eagle (@CSP_Eagle) January 3, 2022
No other information about this crash was immediately available.