I-25 Accident South of Loveland
The crash happened just south of the Loveland exit around 10 p.m. Witnesses told officers that a box truck carrying car windshields lost control and collided with a Honda.
The driver of the delivery truck was thrown from his vehicle and pinned under a tractor-trailer. It took approximately 30 minutes to extricate the man, according to Rick Davis with Loveland Fire Rescue.
According to the report, the man was conscious and able to assist rescuers in getting him out from under the truck. He and the two people riding in the Honda were all transported to a hospital. There is no official word on their conditions.
A subsequent accident report by Randy Barber at 9News Denver actually states that there was a third vehicle involved in the collision — a Mitsubishi pickup that didn’t slow down enough as it entered the construction zone. Barber reports that the pickup initially slammed into the Honda.
At this point drugs and alcohol are not suspected as factors in the accident.
Accident cases like this can be complicated since there were multiple vehicles involved in the crash and it occurred in a construction site.