COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (AP) — The Latest on a powerful hailstorm that injured people at a Colorado zoo (all times local):

10:30 p.m.

A powerful storm that pummeled a busy Colorado zoo with large hail killed two birds and injured at least one other.

Jenny Koch, the Cheyenne Mountain Zoo's marketing director, says a vulture and a duck were killed by the hail. A second vulture was also injured by hail and is being cared for in a veterinary hospital.

The Colorado Springs Fire Department says five people were taken to the hospital with traumatic injuries after the short but intense storm passed over the zoo on Monday afternoon.

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10 p.m.

A powerful storm that pummeled a busy Colorado zoo with large hail injured 14 people.

The Colorado Springs Fire Department says five people were taken to the hospital with traumatic injuries after the short but intense storm passed over Cheyenne Mountain Zoo on Monday afternoon. Another nine were treated at the scene, but additional details about the victims and their injuries have not been released.

Jenny Koch, the zoo's marketing director, told The Denver Post that two vultures and a duck were killed by the hail. But the Colorado Springs Gazette quoted her as saying only one vulture and one duck were killed.

She did not immediately return a phone call Monday night to clear up the discrepancy.

About 3,400 people were at the zoo at the time, and dozens of vehicles in the parking lot were damaged.

The zoo will be closed Tuesday.

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7:50 p.m.

A powerful storm that pummeled a busy Colorado zoo with large hail injured 14 people.

The Colorado Springs Fire Department says five people were taken to the hospital with traumatic injuries after the short but intense storm passed over Cheyenne Mountain Zoo on Monday afternoon. Another nine were treated at the scene, but additional details about the victims and their injuries have not been released.

Jenny Koch, the zoo's marketing director, tells The Denver Post that two vultures and a duck were killed by the hail. About 3,400 people were at the zoo at the time, and dozens of vehicles in the parking lot were damaged.

The zoo will be closed Tuesday.

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6:40 p.m.

A zoo in southern Colorado will be closed Tuesday so crews can repair damage from a powerful hailstorm that injured at least eight people.

The Colorado Springs Gazette reports the short but intense storm passed over Cheyenne Mountain Zoo on Monday afternoon. At least three animals — two vultures and a duck — were killed by the hail.

The Colorado Springs Fire Department says at least eight people were being treated for traumatic injuries, but additional details were not released. About 3,400 guests were at the zoo at the time, and dozens of vehicles in the parking lot were damaged.

The storm also knocked out power to nearly 2,000 customers and washed debris onto U.S. Highway 24 west of Manitou Springs.

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5 p.m.

A powerful storm that pummeled a zoo in southern Colorado with large hail, injuring at least eight people, also killed three animals.

Jenny Koch, Cheyenne Mountain Zoo's marketing director, tells The Denver Post that two vultures and a duck were killed during the 15-minute hailstorm in Colorado Springs on Monday afternoon.

The Colorado Springs Fire Department says at least eight people were being treated for traumatic injuries, but additional details were not released. About 3,400 guests were at the zoo at the time.

The Colorado Springs Gazette reports the storm knocked out power to nearly 2,000 customers in the area, and heavy rain and debris forced the closure of U.S. Highway 24 west of Manitou Springs.

The Broadmoor Hotel and resort also was pounded by hail, and staff members are assessing the damage.

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4:10 p.m.

Authorities say at least eight people were hospitalized after being hit by large hail at a zoo in southern Colorado.

The Colorado Springs Fire Department tweeted that the victims were being treated for traumatic injuries after a powerful storm passed over the Cheyenne Mountain Zoo on Monday afternoon. Additional details about the victims and their injuries have not been released.

Fire officials were asking that everyone at the zoo remain in place until they can be taken to a reunification center. None of the children attending zoo camp was injured.

The Colorado Springs Gazette reports the storm knocked out power to nearly 2,000 customers in the area, and heavy rain and debris forced the closure of U.S. Highway 24 west of Manitou Springs.