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Fatal Traffic Collision at Copper Mountain

By   /   August 1, 2012  /   1 Comment

West Bound traffic on Hwy 62 just east of Copper Mountain College has been stopped and the road is closed due to a fatal Traffic Accident between what looks to reports as a Honda Civic and a Big Rig Truck.

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West Bound traffic on Hwy 62 just east of Copper Mountain College has been stopped and the road is closed due to a fatal Traffic Accident between what looks to reports as a Honda Civic and a Big Rig Truck.

Traffic west bound is at a complete stop and the CHP is trying to turn traffic around.

There is no asphalt alternatives, you will have to go Baja to get past this one.

Incident:   00035   Type:   Traffic Hazard  Location:   Sr62 / Robinson Dr     TBM/LatLon:   34.135141 -116.196660   
Detail Information
5:35 AM 4 [6] *WHI PICKUP PULLED OFF SO OTHER VEH CAN PASS/ GOT STUCK IN SAND
5:35 AM 3 [5] ROAD IS TOO NARROW/ EB TRFC HAS TO WAIT FOR WB TRFC TO PROCEED ON RDWY
5:33 AM 2 [3] CHP HAS ROUTED TRFC GOING IN BOTH DIRECTIONS ON SAME ROAD/ CAUSING BACKED UP TRAFFIC
5:32 AM 1 [1] PTY REPORTING PROBLEM DUE TO RE ROUTE OF TC ON HIGHWAY 62

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1 Comment

  1. govcodesearch govcodesearch says:

    so sad to see these marines survive fighting for our country and lose their life like this. My heart goes out to the family.

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