UPDATE: Laramie Police Officers arrested the 19-year-old male driver on suspicion of driving under the influence and police are awaiting the toxicology report. Officers declined to release the driver's name, but said he refused treatment at the scene for minor scrapes.

Laramie Police said multiple vehicles, including motor bikes, ATV's and a snowmobile had been damaged but police were unsure at this point as to the exact number.

There were no passengers in the sedan and no serious injuries have been reported.


A portion of Grand Avenue eastbound was closed Thursday afternoon due to a crash that left Frontier Cycle without a front window.

Frontier Cycle employee Roger Eike said the car, a yellow sedan, clipped a pole traveling west on Grand Avenue, crossed all lanes of traffic before colliding with the front entrance of the store. Eike said two motor-bikes and an ATV were damaged.

Eike said the crash occurred around 3 p.m. The eastbound lanes of Grand Avenue between 22nd and 24th street were closed until approximately 3:40 p.m.

Witnesses said the driver of the vehicle did not appear to have sustained serious injuries.

Police on the scene declined to comment. Laramie Live reached out to the Laramie Police Department for comment and has not yet received a reply.

We will update this story as more information becomes available.