Traffic accident deaths spike on I-25 in northern Colorado

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DENVER -- The Colorado Department of Transportation is checking to see what has caused a troubling increase in deadly crashes along I-25 in northern Colorado.

This year, along the 35-mile long stretch of highway from Longmont to Wellington, there have been 10 deaths. That's more than three times the average over the last five years.

Kent Erdahl has more information in his video report above.

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