Truck accident on Highway I-70 near Denver due to 'bomb cyclone'

A truck collided with a cement wall separating the I-70 highway due to the "bomb cyclone" currently hitting Denver and its region in the central United States on Wednesday (April 10).

"The truck's bed fell to the opposite side of the highway leaving a mess of dirt" wrote the filmer.

Multiple crashes in snowy conditions have forced the closure of eastbound Interstate 70 between Frisco and Copper Mountain according to the Colorado State Patrol.

The Colorado National Guard has been activated as this 'bomb cyclone' unleashes heavy snow from the Rockies to the Plains and Upper Midwest. It's the second such blast to hit the region in less than a month.

Hundreds of flights have also been canceled.

The storm will continue to hit the region with strong and potentially damaging winds through Thursday.

Blizzard Warnings have been issued in 6 states, Colorado, Wyoming, Nebraska, Kansas, South Dakota, and Minnesota.