Monday storm brings dangerous road conditions, crashes

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Monday storm brings dangerous road conditions, crashes

Snowfall, high winds bring crashes, snowslides
A three-car crash on U.S. 160/491 in front of Woody’s convenience store sent one person to the hospital.
Several snowslides released about 9 a.m. Monday near Ajax Mountain at the east end of Telluride. No injuries were reported.
A van carrying a couple and several teens slid off U.S. Highway 160/491 south of Cortez about 10 a.m. Monday. According to the driver, everyone was wearing seat belts, and no one was injured.
Horses on County Road 25 weathered the storm with ease, with plenty of hay to eat.
Jori Polich shovels snow Monday morning in front of KP’s Barber Shop in Cortez.
A worker plows the parking lot during blizzard conditions Monday morning at Canyons of the Ancients National Monument Visitor Center and Museum.
A van carrying a couple and several teens slid off U.S. Highway 160/491 south of Cortez about 10 a.m. Monday. According to the driver, everyone was wearing seat belts, and no one was injured.
According to the van’s driver, all the vehicle’s occupants were wearing seat belts and no one was injured in the Presidents Day crash.

Monday storm brings dangerous road conditions, crashes

A three-car crash on U.S. 160/491 in front of Woody’s convenience store sent one person to the hospital.
Several snowslides released about 9 a.m. Monday near Ajax Mountain at the east end of Telluride. No injuries were reported.
A van carrying a couple and several teens slid off U.S. Highway 160/491 south of Cortez about 10 a.m. Monday. According to the driver, everyone was wearing seat belts, and no one was injured.
Horses on County Road 25 weathered the storm with ease, with plenty of hay to eat.
Jori Polich shovels snow Monday morning in front of KP’s Barber Shop in Cortez.
A worker plows the parking lot during blizzard conditions Monday morning at Canyons of the Ancients National Monument Visitor Center and Museum.
A van carrying a couple and several teens slid off U.S. Highway 160/491 south of Cortez about 10 a.m. Monday. According to the driver, everyone was wearing seat belts, and no one was injured.
According to the van’s driver, all the vehicle’s occupants were wearing seat belts and no one was injured in the Presidents Day crash.