There were no immediate reports of injuries or threatened structures. All Access Digital offer for just 99 cents! 4 crash under … ‘Rapidly spreading’ fire on I-280 prompts traffic advisory Wildland firefighters were assisted by a helicopter unit from the Seminole County Sheriff’s Office that dropped water on the blaze, the district said on Twitter. Please avoid surface streets in the area. The fire was 100% contained and power was restored to the area by 6 p.m., they said. The interstate was closed for hours in both eastbound and westbound directions between mile-marker 118, the State Road 44 exit, to mile-marker 123, six miles west of the exit for U.S. Highway 92 in Daytona Beach, according to Lt. Kim Montes, FHP spokeswoman. Show full articles without "Continue Reading" button for {0} hours. GET BREAKING NEWS IN YOUR BROWSER. 1-3 lanes opened to traffic, while the Nos. East Bay woman who died in one-car crash on Highway 4 identified By Rick Hurd. PITTSBURG — Firefighters have contained a vegetation fire that spurred the California Highway Patrol to issue a Sig-alert and close lanes on Highway 4 for just over an hour, authorities said Thursday. 4 and 5 lanes remained closed. "We continuously monitor the road conditions for the weather," Montes said.

If the visibility is good and the fire isn’t endangering the highway, we can open the road," Montes said. Hwy 4 and Willow Pass Rd vegetation fire 90% contained as of 4:07 p.m. All lanes are now open. At 1:00 pm Sunday, the East Contra Costa Fire Protection District responded to a report of a vehicle crash on Highway 4 at Discovery Bay Blvd in the Town of Discovery Bay. #willowic, — Con Fire PIO (@ContraCostaFire) July 28, 2020. Firefighters will remain on scene for extensive mop up of this stubborn grass, debris and junk fire. CONCORD (CBS SF) — A vegetation fire that broke out Tuesday afternoon near state Highway 4 and Willow Pass Road in Concord has been fully contained after burning 30 acres, Cal Fire said. According to the fire district, four patients were transported to local hospitals, including two by medical helicopter. The so-called Point Fire was reported at 2:38 p.m. along Highway 4, just west of Willow Pass Road and had burned 15 to 20 acres as of about 4 p.m. with forward progress stopped, according to Cal Fire. By Saturday evening, the wildfire was 75% contained over an area of 180 acres, according to the Florida Forest Service Bunnell District, which serves Volusia, Flagler and St. Johns counties. Headed westbound on I-4, Herzberg was among those directed to make a U-turn to head east toward Daytona Beach at mile marker 123, she said. Rick Hurd has covered breaking news, crime and public safety since 2011 after spending 16 years covering sports, including the A's and Sharks. The interstate reopened for eastbound traffic just after 6:30 p.m., according to FHP, but the westbound lanes remained closed into the evening, Montes said. Vegetation Fire In Pittsburg Closes Eastbound Lanes Of Highway 4Eastbound lanes of state Highway 4 in Pittsburg were shut down as a vegetation fire burned near the highway Thursday.

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