UPDATE: Colorado State Patrol has issued an update of the accident. Currently, there are three confirmed fatalities in the multi-vehicle accident. One of the involved is a semi-truck. There are currently an unknown number of victims that have been transported with injuries.

A second accident has been reported on northbound Interstate 25 at mile marker 235. This accident involves a motorcycle and a semi-truck and is believed to be fatal.

 

An accident has closed northbound Interstate 25 from Colorado State Highway 119 to State Highway 66 on Monday afternoon.

According to the Frederick-Firestone Fire Protection District, emergency responders are on the scene of the multi-vehicle incident.

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The Facebook post from Frederick-Firestone Fire Protection District does not state at this time how many vehicles were involved in the accident. Drivers that commute northbound on Interstate 25 should seek alternate routes to their destinations as there could be a possibility for an extended closure on this stretch of the interstate.

The verbiage on the post states that the extended closure is due to the nature of the accident. No other information is available at this time pertaining to injuries as this is currently a developing story.

Source: Frederick-Firestone Fire Protection District Facebook

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