I-70 at Bakerville reopened after fatal crash

DENVER — A stretch of Interstate 70 in the mountains west of Denver is back open following a fatal accident.

I-70 was closed in both directions at Bakerville for several hours this morning as authorities investigated the crash.

State trooper Nate Reid said a driver heading east rolled into the median and ended up in the westbound lanes. The unidentified man was ejected from the 2004 F-250 and died at the scene.


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