November 20, 2014
Interstate 70 has fully reopened after more than 50 vehicles got caught up in crashes as heavy snow and wind moved through the Colorado mountains.
Lake Dillon Fire Rescue says one accident Monday on westbound I-70 at Silverthorne involved 25 vehicles and sent three people to a hospital. Rescue officials say another accident on eastbound I-70 near Frisco involved 29 vehicles.
No serious injuries were reported. The area is about 70 miles west of Denver.
The adverse conditions temporarily closed westbound I-70 from Georgetown to Silverthorne, eastbound I-70 from Frisco to Silverthorne, and eastbound I-70 at Vail Pass. Westbound I-70 also was closed briefly at Floyd Hill because of accidents.
The accidents came as ski resorts along I-70 reported fresh snow. Loveland reported a foot of new snow Monday.
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