Last week, a Colorado Department of Transportation worker was seriously injured in a pedestrian accident on Interstate 70. The worker was attempting to provide traffic control after an earlier accident on the highway.
Police report that the accident occurred at around 1 p.m. on Friday in the westbound lanes of I-70 near Evergreen Parkway. The 64-year old CDOT worker went into the middle of the roadway to remove a tarp when he was hit by a silver vehicle.
The CDOT worker was taken to St. Anthony's Central Hospital where he was listed as being in critical but stable condition. Authorities attempted to have the man taken to the hospital in a helicopter but delays prevented them from doing so. The 64-year old was reported to have suffered from a head injury and broken bones.
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