All lanes of I-680 near Bernal Avenue have re-opened following a big rig crash that required about seven hours of clean-up.
A California Highway Patrol officer said the CHP received a report around 9:50 p.m. Sunday that a big rig with an attached trailer driving northbound on I-680 at Bernal jackknifed into the roadway's concrete center divider and landed on its side in the highway's southbound lanes.
Hazmat crews remained on the scene until of 6 a.m. today to investigate an undisclosed hazardous material spill associated with the crash. All northbound lanes were re-opened at 7 a.m.
At least one passing car was hit by debris from the collision Sunday night, and several concrete chunks littered the roadway, according to the CHP.
The driver suffered only minor injuries, and was not hospitalized, a CHP officer said. No other injuries were reported.