Snowy scenes from all around a wintry Grand Valley.
A tractor-trailer plowed into a tanker truck carrying diesel at G Road and US Highway 6&50. No one was hurt but the fuel had to be transferred into another truck.
Snowy scenes from around Grand Junction, Dec. 8. More than eight inches fell overnight.
Mikala Dark, 8, slides backward at Duck Pond Park.
The driver of the white truck could see himself in the side of the tanker as he plowed into it. He wasn’t hurt.
Two boys enjoy the snow day at Duck Pond Park.
Mesa State student Charlotte Rowden, 19, tastes some snow.
The street and sidewalk on south Seventh Street had enough snow to cross-country ski.
A lone walker braves the streets near 10th and Main.
A mailbox is a casualty of a speeding plow.
Passersby try to help a mail carrier who was stuck going the wrong way on Fifth Street.
There’s enough snow to snowboard at Duck Pond Park.
Joe Neuhof digs in with his shovel on a sidewalk near downtown.
From left, Sabreena, 16, and Vincent Fuller, 14, rolled in the snow.
Jacob Graham, 14, is sprayed by snow as he sleds at Duck Pond Park.
A Grand Valley Transit bus sits idle during the early morning hours in the Daily Sentinel parking lot. The bus could not get across the nearby railroad tracks at 7th Street.
Many sidewalks in Grand Junction were still covered in snow late into the afternoon.
MSC students put the finishing touches on a big snowman on campus.
They could barely roll it.
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