Dumbarton Bridge Accident: FREMONT, California (KRON) According to 511.org, the closures that occurred in the toll plaza of the Dumbarton Bridge have been lifted, and all of the westbound lanes are now available.
According to the California Highway Patrol, the road was shut down because of a fire that started in a vehicle after an explosion in another vehicle was reported around 6:25 on Monday morning. An accident involving multiple vehicles, including a semi-truck that was on fire, was reported at the same time.
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Oakland police said that a man who was discovered shot in the street has died at the hospital. According to the California Highway Patrol, firefighters were “attempting to put out the fire” from the eastbound lanes this morning. The CHP claimed that the No. 1 and 2 eastbound lanes were also blocked due to the incident. As of 9:45 Monday morning, these are now again available for use.
According to the CHP, there was visible smoke of a dark color. Commuters were warned to anticipate delays in their travel times. The Don Edwards San Francisco Bay National Wildlife Refuge is located on the Peninsula, and Fremont, which is located in the East Bay, may be reached via the shortest bridge that spans the San Francisco Bay.