Spate of car crashes keeps troopers, police busy

Colorado State Patrol Trooper Chris Wright looks over the scene of an accident west of the 31 and F Road intersection that sent two men to the hospital with injuries. According to Trooper Wright, the Eagle Talon was traveling at a high rate of speed westbound on F Road when another car clipped it, sending the Talon spinning more than 400 feet down the road and through a fence.



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Colorado State Patrol Trooper Chris Wright looks over the scene of an accident west of the 31 and F Road intersection that sent two men to the hospital with injuries. According to Trooper Wright, the Eagle Talon was traveling at a high rate of speed westbound on F Road when another car clipped it, sending the Talon spinning more than 400 feet down the road and through a fence.

A rash of car accidents kept authorities with the Colorado State Patrol and Grand Junction Police Department busy Monday despite clear roads and mild weather. Two men were sent to the…




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