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Second rollover reported in same spot south of Craig

Craig Press Staff
A rollover accident was reported early Monday morning, Dec. 2
Doug Slaight

Police responded to another rollover near Craig early Monday morning, Dec. 2.

According to Moffat County Sheriff KC Hume, first responders were dispatched about 7:40 a.m. to a wreck near Loudy-Simpson Park.

A rollover accident was reported early Monday morning, Dec. 2
A rollover accident was reported early Monday morning, Dec. 2
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Temperatures Sunday night into Monday morning dipped well below freezing. According to the Weather Channel app, temperatures were about 7 degrees Fahrenheit at 8 a.m.

Hume said the vehicle was coming down a hill in the area when the crash occurred, but there were no injuries.

“(The) vehicle was northbound, coming down from Thompson Hill,” Hume said Monday.

A rollover accident was reported early Monday morning, Dec. 2
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Responders were on the scene early Sunday morning for a similar rollover near Loudy-Simpson Park.

A Ford Explorer swerved off the roadway of Ranney Street and rolled three-fourths of a rotation on its left side near the Loudy-Simpson parking lot.

Colorado State Patrol and Craig Fire/Rescue were among the agencies on the scene.

The driver was transported for medical care as a precaution with no major injuries, CSP confirmed.

Law enforcement agencies remind drivers to take caution with speed on potentially icy roads during the winter months.


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