LOVELAND, Colo. — All northbound and southbound lanes of Interstate 25 have reopened near Loveland following a crash that involved two semi-trucks and a passenger vehicle, according to a tweet from the Colorado State Patrol in Larimer County.
The agency said no one was hurt in the crash, which happened near mile marker 256 and resulted in the full closure of the highway between exit 255 and exit 257 for several hours.
Traffic was diverted onto Highway 34 during the closure. Highway 287 and Highway 85 are other alternate routes.
Crews had to repair barriers in the construction zone that were damaged when the crash happened.
Crash closes I-25 near Loveland
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