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Crisis Training Pays Off In South Platte River Standoff

DENVER (CBS) – The Denver Police Department is currently sending all of its officers through crisis intervention training, and they say it really paid off Thursday afternoon. 304 more words

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Police Pull Man Out Of South Platte River, Take Him Into Custody

DENVER (CBS4)– Police officers in Denver pulled a man from the South Platte River on Thursday afternoon and took him into custody after a standoff that lasted more than an hour. 282 more words

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Crews Remove 8 Vehicles From The South Platte River

DENVER (CBS4) – The South Platte River has dramatically dropped in the past two weeks, and that means the Denver Fire Department could finally get all the vehicles out of the water. 240 more words

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Woman identified after fatal tubing accident on South Platte River

DOUGLAS COUNTY, Colo. — A woman has died following a tubing accident on the South Platte River on Saturday afternoon.

According to the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office, a female and male were tubing down the South Platte just after 2 p.m. 76 more words

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Cars pile up in the South Platte River before city removal

DENVER — Denver’s South Platte River has become a car graveyard this summer but that is finally about to change.

For the past six weeks, a small stretch of the South Platte River near West Florida Avenue has been eye catching for all the wrong reasons. 413 more words

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Cars pile up in South Platte River before city removal

DENVER — The South Platte River through Denver has become a watery graveyard for vehicles this summer, but that is about to change.

For the past six weeks, a small stretch of the river near West Florida Avenue has been eye catching for all the wrong reasons. 453 more words

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1 Vehicle In South Platte River Removed, 5 More To Go

DENVER (CBS4)– A sixth vehicle that ended up in the South Platte River has been removed, leaving five others still in the water.

The sixth vehicle was removed from the rushing water on Sunday morning because it was close enough to the bank for a tow truck to reach it. 263 more words

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