UPDATE: Highway 92 Open Following Big-Rig Crash

The crash happened Thursday afternoon on state Highway 92 at state Highway 35.

UPDATE 5:50 p.m. - Both directions of state Highway 92 have been reopened following a big-rig crash.

UPDATE 5:30 p.m. - The California Highway Patrol is warning drivers of a big-rig that overturned on state Highway 92 in San Mateo County Thursday afternoon.

The crash, which was reported just before 3 p.m. at state Highway 35, prompted the highway patrol to issue one-way traffic control on westbound Highway 92, the CHP reported.

As of 5:30 p.m. one-way traffic control was still in effect.

The crash appears to not have involved any other vehicles. It was not immediately known whether anyone was injured.



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Judi September 28, 2012 at 02:22 AM
There is WAY TOO MUCH BIG-RIG traffic on Hwy 92. I know a gal who several years ago was in a crash with a big rig on Hwy 92, was airlifted to Stanford, and is lucky to be alive. I drive it to work at the the Ritz Carlson, and hate all the truck traffic because the big rigs drag their 18 wheels across the double yellow lines, and haul as_ down the hill. A year ago, one missed a turn a took out the side-rail, trees, etc. With all the commuters and so many bike riders, truck traffic should be restricted to very early and late hours. It is only a 2-lane road and they drive like it is Interstate Hwy 5. Hwy Patrol should have cameras and speed monitors on 92.


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