Holiday crash closes I-70

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Grand Junction police and the Colorado State Patrol investigate a single vehicle rollover accident, which shut down I-70 near 23 Road early Saturday morning for more than two hours. The vehicle, with two occupants, was westbound when it lost control and rolled into the eastbound lanes.
Investigators determined the accident scene spanned 650 feet. Two were taken to a hospital with serious injuries.

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