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605 Freeway reopens after lanes closed in San Gabriel Valley, CHP says

605 Freeway shut down in both directions in San Gabriel Valley, CHP says

The 605 Freeway in the Baldwin Park and Irwindale areas was reopened after lanes were shut down in both directions Wednesday night, the California Highway Patrol said.

The CHP cited "police activity," and initial reports from the scene were that a person possibly armed with a weapon was threatening to jump onto the busy artery that connects the San Gabriel Valley with southeast Los Angeles County.

The closure lasted about 45 minutes before a suspect was taken into custody by officers.

Earlier, northbound traffic was being diverted off the freeway at Ramona Boulevard, and southbound traffic was being diverted at Lower Azusa Road.

No other details were immediately available.

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10:06 p.m. PDT: This post was updated to report that the freeway was reopened. 

The post was initially published at 9:41 p.m.

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