PUEBLO, Colo. – Employees of Outpost Harley-Davidson are cleaning up after a storm that blasted through the west April 9 ripped the front off the second floor the dealership.
The dealership building officially suffered a partial collapse, the Pueblo Police Department reported Tuesday. The Colorado State Patrol early on tweeted a warning to motorists to be careful as they passed the building on Interstate 25 and “Watch for debris from Outpost Harley damage,” KMGH reported.
However, by Wednesday morning dealership employees had reportedly been able to secure the area. The frontage road in front of the dealership was closed for a few hours while workers cleared debris and made sure the damage was contained to the building, according to the Pueblo Chieftain.
Outpost Harley-Davidson is a 2013 Top 100 Dealer.
Posted by Holly Wagner