DENVER (KDVR) — The Denver Police Department says at least 100 vehicles were involved in a crash on Friday morning after the first snowfall of the season.

DPD said the crash happened on 6th Avenue near Kalamath Street around 6 a.m.

Vehicles that could not be driven or vehicles that were left on the highway after motorists were taken to the hospital were towed to Lot C at Empower Field, DPD said.

On Friday afternoon, DPD said if you were involved in the crash and your vehicle was towed from the scene and you still have not located it, call 720-913-2000 and press 2. You will need to have your license plate number ready.

The Colorado Department of Transportation said 6th Avenue reopened around 11:10 a.m. on Friday.

Travel alerts

FOX31 has an interactive travel map that shows travel speeds and delays. You can zoom in to your specific area to check what is happening on the map, like a crash or road construction.

CDOT Road Conditions

The Colorado Department of Transportation has a travel website. You can download the app in the Apple Store or Google Play Store.

Here are the features, according to CDOT:

Travel information with layers

Motorists can use the map as they would any Google map and click on the icons for more information. Icons are displayed on the map by checking or unchecking the boxes in the layers toolbar. Layers available and what data they provide are described here.

Trucker mode

The Trucker Mode features resources specific to commercial motor vehicle operators, including the following layers defined here.

Travel alerts

Motorists can log-in in or sign up here for their own COtrip account to subscribe and manage their travel alerts. They can also save their favorite routes and cameras, and customize their travel preferences.

Traction laws

While snow may not be currently falling, road conditions can be deceiving. CDOT reminds drivers that the traction laws are in place from now until May 31.