“Not a peachy drive”: Truck carrying load of Palisade peaches crashes on I-70 east near Morrison


A truck carrying a full load of Palisade peaches crashed on Interstate 70 just outside Denver early Thursday morning, closing the eastbound lanes of the interstate for several hours.

Not a peachy drive into work from the mountains this morning. Eastbound I-70 is down to one lane on the approach to the Morrison/259 exit while crews work to remove a crashed semi.
Area should smell good until the sun bakes the lost load.
Minor injuries to the driver.
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— CSP Golden (@csp_golden) September 7, 2023

One lane of the interstate has reopened, but crews are still working to clean up the peaches and debris, according to a post from the Colorado State Patrol. Expect delays.

The crash was first reported about 2:20 a.m. just west of Golden between exits 259 and 260.

 

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