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880/101 ramps in San Jose reopen after semi carrying strawberries overturns

PIX Now morning edition - 5/29/24
PIX Now morning edition - 5/29/24 08:41

SAN JOSE – The ramps between northbound Highway 101 and northbound Interstate 880 reopened Wednesday afternoon after a semi carrying tens of thousands of pounds of strawberries overturned overnight.

According to the California Highway Patrol, the ramp between northbound 101 to northbound 880 reopened as of 1:10 p.m., more than 10 hours after the crash took place. A ramp connecting northbound 880 to northbound 101 reopened several minutes later.

The collision was reported around 2:55 a.m. Officials said the truck was carrying 40,000 pounds of strawberries.

The truck remained on its side for several hours as crews were offloading the berries onto a second big-rig and as tow trucks were on scene preparing to upright the semi. 

There are no immediate reports of injuries.  

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