Drivers leaving town westbound on I 76 should be alert for a hazard at the Kersey Highway. First responders are busy on the right shoulder with a small fire. The fire has been extinguished but there is still activity on the right shoulder and continuing on to the ramp for WCR 49.
Please give the workers birth, and don’t become distracted by the activity. Use caution while traveling westbound.
A MALE RIDING A MOTORCYCLE ELUDED HUDSON POLICE OFFICERS ON TWO SEPARATE OCCASIONS THIS AFTERNOON. THE RIDER DROVE RECKLESSLY AND ON THE WRONG SIDE OF THE HIGHWAY WHILE FLEEING. HUDSON POLICE STOPPED THEIR ATTEMPT TO STOP THE RIDER AFTER HE FLED.
PLEASE SEE THE ATTACHED PHOTOGRAPH. IF YOU RECOGNIZE THE MOTORCYCLE OR THE RIDER, THE HUDSON POLICE DEPARTMENT IS ASKING FOR THE PUBLIC'S HELP IN IDENTIFYING THE RIDER. YOU CAN CONTACT THE HUDSON POLICE DEPARTMENT AT 303-536-9311, THROUGH THE WELD COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE, OR BY LEAVING A TIP ON CRIMEWATCH. YOU CAN REMAIN ANONYMOUS.
Grass fire causing traffic delays at milepost 34
Fire officials have lane number two of Westbound I 76 closed at mile marker 34 battling a grass fire. If you were westbound out of town expect traffic to come to a certain hall.
Between K-town and Hudson there are vehicles off the roadway on I76 and the frontage road, too. Be alert to standing water and use care--slow down. Visibility is lowered by splash back. Watch for vehicle recovery efforts as well and personnel on the shoulders. Drive to arrive alive.
DUE TO THE INCLEMENT WEATHER, HUDSON PD WILL BE ON ACCIDENT ALERT UNTIL 05/21/22 AT 12 PM. HUDSON PD WILL NOT RESPOND TO NON-INJURY TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS OR SLIDE-OFFS. HUDSON PD WILL RESPOND TO INJURY ACCIDENTS. IF YOU NEED AN ACCIDENT REPORT FOR NON-INJURY ACCIDENTS, PLEASE VISIT THE COLORADO STATE PATROL WEBSITE AT CSP.COLORADO.GOV