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Published on Feb 3, 2012
Major winter storm slams the Colorado Front Range leaving up to a foot of snow across the Denver Metro area with upwards of another foot possible by the storm's end on Saturday morning. The storm may crack the top 10 biggest single snowstorms in Denver history if 20-inches or more can fall by the time the storm clears out.
Video package opens up with various shots of sledders at Sledding Hill Park in southwest Denver near Ken Caryl. Shots kids and adults sledding down the hill in heavy falling snow and wind. Several other shots of parents watching their kids sled.
Video package transitions to various traffic shots in the daylight morning hours. POV shots along I-25 in Denver with C-DOT signs advising drivers of the icy roads. POV shots of up to 5 snow plows clearing I-25. Several other POV shots of driving in heavy falling snow.
Video package includes shots of a vehicle that slid off US-285 at Kipling Street in west Denver and was left on the side of the road.
Video package ends with various shots of crews removing snow, shots of vehicles driving on snow-covered roads, and other stationary snow plow shots.