Wreck closes roads

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Police are investigating an accident at G and 26 1/2 Roads.


As Grand Junction firefighters watch, a tow truck operator with Black’s Towing attaches a chain to the frame of a vehicle to pull it back onto its wheels following a rollover accident involving the Chevrolet SUV and a Ford sedan at the intersection of 26 1/2 Road and G Road this morning.

Police are investigating the accident, which shut down both roads for a period of time around noon today. Both roads are now open to traffic.

Body camera bills
 designed to help 
police-citizen trust

Under a proposed body-camera grant program approved by a House committee Tuesday, police officers can use body cameras to exonerate themselves when someone claims they’ve done something wrong.



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