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Colorado Boy Suffers Life-Threatening Injuries After Falling From 2nd Floor Of Town Center Of Aurora

AURORA, Colo. (CBS4) – Aurora firefighters rushed to the Town Center of Aurora on Sunday afternoon for a child who reportedly fell from the second floor to the first floor. The child suffered life-threatening injuries. Town Center at Aurora (credit: CBS) AFD officials tell CBS4 the 2-year-old boy was in his father’s arms at the top of an escalator. Officials say the child lunged forward, and the father lost his grip of the boy. Fire officials say they are investigating, but this appears to be an accident.
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Serious Crash Closes Part Of U.S. 6 At Colorado Highway 119

GILPIN COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4) – A serious crash closed part of U.S. 6 at Highway 119 in Gilpin County on Sunday afternoon. The sheriff’s office says Highway 6 is closed in all directions at the junction to Highway 119. Details about the crash were not released. HWY 6 AND HWY 119 AT THE JUNCTION ARE CLOSED IN ALL DIRECTIONS DUE TO SERIOUSACCIDENT. UNKNIWN TIME FOR REOPEN. ALTERNATE ROUTES ARE HWY 46 (GOLDEN GATE CANYON) OR I-70 TO CENTRAL CITY PARKWAY pic.twitter.com/HbSBp02UGb — Gilpin Sheriff (@GilpinSheriff) July 25, 2021 The sheriff’s office says drivers can use Highway 46, known as Golden Gate Canyon, or Interstate 70 to Central City Parkway.
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Commerce City, COdenvergazette.com

1 killed, 5 seriously injured in Commerce City car crash

One person was killed and five others were seriously injured in a single-vehicle crash on U.S. 85 Sunday, the Commerce City Police Department said. Police said the crash happened at around 1:20 a.m. at U.S. 85 and East 68th Avenue, between Miller Reservoir and Fairfax Park. Investigators believe the black...
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Denver police respond to 5 shootings over the weekend

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (KKTV) - Three people are dead following a series of shootings in Denver over the weekend. Since Friday night, Denver police officers have responded to five shootings in the city. The police department says two of the shootings were fatal. The first shooting was reported around 7:30...
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Overnight shootings leave 1 dead, 3 seriously injured in Denver

One person was killed and three others were seriously injured overnight following three separate shootings in Denver, the Denver Police Department announced. Police said they do not believe the shootings were connected. No arrests have been announced in any of the shootings and no suspect information is available as of Sunday morning.
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Deadly shooting in north Denver, police investigating

DENVER (KDVR) — Police said a woman has died after a shooting in the Elyria-Swansea neighborhood Saturday night. Officers responded to the shooting in the 4700 block of N. Vine Street where they found an adult female suffering from a gunshot wound. The victim was taken to the hospital and...
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Denver Police Investigating Double Shooting Leaving Man & Woman Dead

DENVER (CBS4) – Denver police say a man and woman died after being shot early Saturday morning. Officers responded to the area near Dahlia Street and Warren Avenue at around 3 a.m. (credit: CBS) Details from police are scarce, but they say the victims were found and taken to the hospital where they later died. Details about the circumstances leading up to the shooting or the victims were not released. (credit: CBS) No one has been arrested for the shootings. UPDATE: Both victims were declared deceased, an adult male and female. The scene is being processed for evidence, and no suspect in custody at this time. Anyone with information is asked to call Crime Stoppers, 720.913.STOP (7867) https://t.co/GIodAIo4yM — Denver Police Dept. (@DenverPolice) July 24, 2021 Police ask anyone with information to call Crime Stoppers at 720-913-7867.
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