https://www.denverpost.com/2018/06/01/uber-driver-fatal-shooting-i-25-denver/ Denver police question Uber driver who allegedly shot, killed a client on I-25 Southbound lanes of I-25 at University Boulevard will be closed though the rush hour, police say Denver police are questioning an Uber driver for investigation of allegedly fatally shooting a client early Friday morning on southbound Interstate 25, triggering a shutdown of the highway’s southbound lanes at University Boulevard through the commute, according to media reports. The shooting occurred at about 3 a.m. The vehicle, identified by Fox 31 Denver as a silver sedan, veered off the road and hit a wall on a highway ramp Police said the driver shot the passenger, an adult male, multiple times. According to emergency dispatch communications, the driver called 911 to report the shooting. Officers on the scene attempted to perform CPR on the passenger but the man was pronounced dead. The names of the Uber customer and driver have not been released. The shooting happened before 3 a.m. near the University exit. A car crashed into the concrete barrier at the median. Denver police declined to confirm reports by several media outlets that the incident involved an Uber driver. Marika Putnam, Denver police spokeswoman, said the highway will be closed at least through the rush hour while police look for evidence. Uber, on its website, says guns are not allowed in its vehicles. "Our goal is to ensure that everyone has a safe and reliable ride," it says. "That's why Uber prohibits riders and drivers from carrying firearms of any kind in a vehicle while using our app."