I-680 lanes re-opened this morning after multiple crash in southbound lanes in San Ramon

Police say antique fire truck may have had limited or no taillights

Two right lanes have reopened to traffic this morning after a

crash on Interstate Highway 680 in San Ramon, a California Highway Patrol officer said.

Units responded to a reported crash possibly involving multiple

vehicles on southbound Highway 680 just north of Crow Canyon Road at around 11:30 p.m., CHP Officer Nicole Pacheco said.

Major injuries have been reported and at least two vehicles are

involved, Pacheco said, one of which has been reported to be an antique fire truck with limited or no taillights.

Two left lanes continued to be blocked early this morning while the crash was cleared and investigated by the CHP.

An antique truck show is scheduled to open Tuesday at the Alameda County Fairgrounds but there is no report at this time that the fire truck was headed there.

Bay City News contributed to this report.


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