DENVER -- Two people were taken to a hospital after a serious crash early Tuesday morning, the Denver Police Department said.
A service company truck driver was working on a broken down Hummer stretch limousine when he was hit by a sedan at West Hampden Avenue and South Sheridan Boulevard about 2:40 a.m., police said.
The sedan then hit the service truck and at least one person in a group of people that was standing along the road.
The two people taken to a hospital suffered unknown injuries, one with serious injures. Five vehicles were at the scene of the crash, but only two had visible damage.
Westbound Hampden Avenue was closed because of the crash, but all lanes reopened just before 6 a.m.