Following closures in the Dumbarton Bridge toll plaza, all westbound lanes have now been reopened, according to 511. org. According to California Highway Patrol, the closure was brought on by a car fire that started as a result of a car explosion that was reported at 6:25 a.m. on Monday. A big rig that was on fire was said to have been involved in a multi-car accident at the same time.
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This morning, CHP said that firefighters were “trying to put out the fire” from the eastbound lanes, adding that the No. 1 and 2 eastbound lanes were also stopped. As of 9:45 on Monday morning, they have been reopened.
The CHP reported seeing black smoke. Traffic delays were warned to commuters. The Don Edwards San Francisco Bay National Wildlife Refuge on the Peninsula is connected to Fremont in the East Bay via the San Francisco Bay’s shortest bridge.