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Photos of shocking 104-vehicle crash on I-25 that killed one, injured thirty

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On Saturday morning, Cafe Society writer Lori Midson was at the Whole Foods in Washington Park when a sudden blast of winter turned a nearby section of Interstate 25 into crash zone of epic proportions.

A total of 104 vehicles were reportedly caught in the resulting chain reaction, with one person killed and thirty injured.

Below, find Midson's photos from the scene. Meanwhile, our condolences to the friends, family and loved ones of the woman who died in the accident.

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