Transport truck drivers detained Denver
Transport truck drivers detained
As per the Speaker for the Colorado national Security department (CSP), a car attributable to the City and state of Denver that contained captives hit rates of over 91 mph at the Highway 25. Approximately around 12:30 p.m. On Thursday, somebody reached out to say that on the northbound lanes 25-I near historical monument a Chevrolet truck and Ford vehicle were being driven aggressively. As per the CSP Sergeant Lewis, they both travelled at speeds over 91 mi / h throughout a certain point. The aircraft had already been operated by CSP and the 2 cars were found somewhere around Fort Collins and Ridge gate Parkway in Redwood grove.
Forces rolled between both cars on the field, Lewis confirmed. As per Lewis, the transport truck owner had already been detained on allegations of DUI. The driver of the truck was interviewed and not brought into detention at once. Lewis could not really predict what the driver would face criminal charges. They did not find out whether there was really a form of driving anger, or whether all drivers actually drove extremely badly, Lewis explained. A Denver State police spokesman said that they identified the unfortunate incident and thoroughly examined it, although they didn't have any more details.