I-70 In Glenwood Canyon Reopened After Rockslide
Posted 2:19 p.m. | Updated 5:19 p.m.
The Colorado Department of Transportation has reopened I-70 at Glenwood Canyon after a rockslide.
Road Open:Both directions of I-70 thru Glenwood cyn now open,after rock slide cleanup— CDOT (@ColoradoDOT) June 11, 2015
Our original post continues below.
Scene of Glenwood Canyon rockslide: “Still some movement on slope.” I-70 closed both ways. http://t.co/IPElD2BHWd pic.twitter.com/zLecAprNK9— Post Independent (@GlenwoodPI) June 11, 2015
The Colorado Department of Transportation closed Interstate 70 in both directions in Glenwood Canyon after a rockslide.
A mitigation team is cleaning up the site, CDOT tweeted Thursday. It recommends detouring over Independence Pass on state highway 82 and U.S. 24, or waiting out the delay.
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