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MEAD, Colo. (KDVR) — Interstate 25 reopened near Mead early Tuesday morning after a big rig driver hauling an excavator crashed into a bridge, killing a woman and hurting her child passenger.

Megan Mirella Arneson, 32, of Loveland was driving a 2011 Honda SUV involved in the crash. She was transported for medical care, but pronounced dead, according to Colorado State Patrol. A child passenger was also in the vehicle and was transported to a hospital.

The crash was reported around 6:06 p.m. along northbound I-25 near Weld County Road 34 at mile marker 246.

The trackhoe crashed into a bridge as the truck driver hauling it passed underneath, the Colorado Department of Transportation said. The trackhoe was left on its side in the middle of northbound I-25. Crews were still working late Monday night to remove it from the roadway.

Inspectors were working Monday night to evaluate the safety of the impacted bridge, CDOT said.

*This story was updated at 4 p.m. on Tuesday with the identity of the victim in the crash.