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60 Freeway reopened after man with knife taken into custody
60 Freeway reopened after man with knife taken into custody

The 60 Freeway in Ontario was expected to open soon after authorities took a man with a knife into custody Tuesday night. The highway was closed at Euclid Avenue in both directions for hours while police tried to talk a man wielding a knife into safely coming down from the overpass, officials said. The incident began at about 6 p.m. and the man was taken into custody at about 10:20 p.m. Officers used a Taser to take the man into custody, Ontario Police Det. Bill Russell said.  Terry Kasinga, a California Department of Transportation spokeswoman, said traffic was backed up for 15 to 20 miles. All lanes were closed in both directions, the department said on Twitter, referring to a...

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