According to the firefighters from the San Diego Fire Department and the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection are currently working to put out a blaze in Poway, and the report from the authorities has just announced that certain roads will be closed as a result of the incident. As of right now, deputies with the San Diego County Sheriff’s Department have announced that certain intersections in the immediate area of SR-67, Espola Road, and Scripps Poway Parkway are closed while officials work to put out the fire. On Friday afternoon, the San Diego County Sheriff’s Department posted a message on Twitter requesting people to stay away from the affected area while firefighters worked to bring the blaze under control. According to fox5sandiego.com.
Around 2:00 p.m., in the afternoon, a fire called the Sycamore Fire broke out close to the intersection of State Route 67 and Poway Road. At 3:00 p.m., in the afternoon, Cal Fire reported that the fire was stable at 25 acres, and at five in the afternoon, the agency reported that there had been no further growth and that firefighters had reached 60 percent containment. He stated that “Please avoid the area at this time while the Firefighters get this fire contained,” At this time, there have been no calls for the residents to evacuate and no structural threats have been made public.
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Highway 92 near Half Moon Bay reopened after a big-rig crash
After being closed for more than three hours due to a collision involving a big rig that flipped over, Highway 92 was fully reopened to traffic on Friday afternoon. All lanes of the highway are now back in operation. The Cal Fire San Mateo – Santa Cruz Unit reported that the collision occurred on the highway close to Spanishtown, which is located to the east of Half Moon Bay. The report was made shortly before 1 p.m. The images that were posted on social media by firefighters showed the tractor-trailer on its side after colliding with the front of a pickup truck. According to the firefighters, there were some minor injuries were reported. According to cbsnews.com.
The collision was responsible for the closure of Highway 92 between Main Street in Half Moon Bay and Skyline Boulevard. This was one of the few roads that connected the coast of San Mateo County to the rest of the Peninsula. At approximately 3:30 in the afternoon, the authorities reported that all lanes of the highway were once again open, despite the fact that some delays were still being experienced. There was a delay in the availability of additional information regarding the collision.
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