A man was killed during a three-car crash at South Federal Boulevard and West Yale Avenue in Denver on Thursday evening, and a motorist died in a northeast Denver crash Friday morning.

Denver police responded to the Thursday crash after 7 p.m. to find multiple victims with serious injuries. Three people were transported to the hospital.

#TRAFFIC: #DPD is investigating a three-vehicle traffic crash with serious injuries at S Federal Blvd and W Yale Ave. Three victims were transported to the hospital. Multiple road closures in the area. Alternate routes advised. Updates will be posted when available. #Denver pic.twitter.com/Zz7YP7AEhU

— Denver Police Dept. (@DenverPolice) May 6, 2022

One man was pronounced dead on the scene, police tweeted.

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Multiple roads were closed in the area during the investigation and clean up.

Driver dies in two-car crash

A driver was killed in a car crash near East 56th Avenue and Worchester Street early Friday morning.

Police responded to the area after 2 a.m. to investigate a car crash involving two vehicles. Three victims were taken to the hospital with serious injuries.

ROAD CLOSED: #DPD is investigating a traffic crash involving two motorists in the area of E 56th Ave and N Worcester St. Three victims have been transported to the hospital with serious injuries. 56th is closed from Uvalda to Potomac. #Denver pic.twitter.com/jmeBuurLJt

— Denver Police Dept. (@DenverPolice) May 6, 2022

The driver of one of the cars was pronounced dead at the scene, police tweeted.

East 56th Avenue was closed from Uvalda Street to Potomac Way for investigation and clean up.

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