CSP said the 30,000 pound vehicle landed on its top after falling off a flatbed semi-truck Thursday.
DOUGLAS COUNTY, Colo. — The Colorado State Patrol (CSP) told drivers to expect “significant delays” as crews worked to remove an army personnel carrier that fell off a truck and landed on its top on C-470 Thursday evening.
According to a CSP tweet, the carrier came off a flatbed semi-truck in the westbound lanes, just west of Interstate 25, and landed in the middle of the road.
The Fort Carson-based vehicle was eventually placed back on its wheels and has now been cleared, CSP said.
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