No injuries after 10 vehicle crash on Speer Boulevard in downtown

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DENVER -- A crash involving 10 vehicles shut down northbound Speer Boulevard in downtown Denver on Monday morning, the Denver Police Department said.

The crash happened around 8:20 a.m. on Monday morning at the intersection of Speer Boulevard and 13th Avenue, according to the police department.

Northbound lanes of Speer were closed for more than an hour while police investigated.

Police said there are no injuries reported.

This is the second multiple-vehicle crash that involved more than five vehicles in Denver in the past three days.

On Saturday, a 49-vehicle pile-up shut down Pena Boulevard near Denver International Airport that injured 17 total people.

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