State Patrol Says Road Conditions Along Highway 67 Are Back To Normal

By: Shannon Brinias Email
By: Shannon Brinias Email
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Throughout the day Monday, Colorado State Patrol says several cars slid off the roadway along State Highway 67 between Woodland Park and Cripple Creek. Now, they say, road conditions are clear and back to normal.

The Colorado State Patrol confirmed the accidents Monday afternoon, but say no one was seriously hurt in any of the weather-related slides or collisions.

KKTV 11 Storm Team Meteorologist Brian Bledsoe says people in Teller County on Highway 67 saw snow accumulating on grassy areas, and making paved areas slick.

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