Apr 182013

Author: Tom Mullen


For the past three days it has been nothing but snow falling from the sky here in Fort Collins. Northern Colorado has been struck with over 22 inches of snow. The storm even forced CSU to close at 3pm on Tuesday and at noon on Wednesday. With the massive exodus of students from campus Wednesday afternoon buses were running 20 minutes late. Students who drove to campus that morning found themselves stuck in the parking lot for over an hour due to the traffic.

Around town Poudre School District School and Front Range Community College also closed down due to the snow. Many Larimer County offices also closed down. According to Fort Collins Police around 91 car crashes have been reported over the past three days of continuous snow fall. CTV11 reporter Tom Mullen takes a look at how the snow has affected everything around campus and gets student reactions.

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