A rollover crash on Interstate 25 that caused a hazardous materials fuel spill on the highway closed roads Thursday morning, Denver police confirmed.
Police didn’t know whether the crash resulted in injuries as of 7:30 a.m.
Northbound I-25 is closed at the Park Avenue West exit because of the crash.
Details about what caused the crash and how many vehicles are involved were not immediately released.
Police advised commuters to find an alternate route.
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The Regional Transportation District said bus lines also were affected by the crash. The Flatiron Flyer, Longmont route (LD), Wagon Road to Thornton Express (120X), Wagon Road to Civic Center Express (122X) and several other lines that begin their trips from downtown are being detoured.
“Please check your stop on Next Ride for any delays,” read an RTD tweet.
DFD working with @ColoradoDOT at large fuel leak due to a overturned tanker truck at a multiple vehicle accident located at I-25 & Park Avenue. Foam blanket applied to control fuel vapors. 2 confirmed civilian injuries transported for treatment. Traffic delays so avoid area. pic.twitter.com/PFigkMs5hT
— Denver Fire Dept. (@Denver_Fire) June 14, 2018
Source:: The Denver Post – News