All lanes reopened on 210 Freeway after big-rig crash

All lanes of the 210 Freeway were reopened about 3:25 p.m. Monday, more than 10 hours after a big rig carrying grapes crashed, the California Highway Patrol said.

The crash caused frustration for commuters, who for most of the day had to deal with three blocked lanes in both directions beginning about 5 a.m.

The rig was carrying 35,000 pounds of grapes when it overturned at the center divider near Myrtle Avenue.


Lanes were gradually reopened throughout the day, but the SigAlert was not lifted until midafternoon, a CHP spokeswoman said.

There were no reported injuries from the crash.


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