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HIGHWAY 38 HAS REOPENED AS OF 3PM

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Geezer
Sat Feb 26 2011, 09:41AM Email Thread Print View

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There are stuck vehicles on 38 and they are closing the road temprarily per scanner
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Per scanner, allowing residents only up hwy 38 to Forest Falls & Angelus Oaks.

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FROM CALTRANS:
SR 38 [IN THE SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA AREA] IS CLOSED 1.9 MI EAST OF FOREST FALLS BLVD (SAN BERNARDINO CO) - DUE TO SNOW - MOTORISTS ARE ADVISED TO USE AN ALTERNATE ROUTE - LOCAL RESIDENTS WITH PROPER IDENTIFICATION WILL BE ALLOWED ACCESS CHAINS ARE REQUIRED ON ALL VEHICLES


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HWY 38 AT JENKS LAKE IS COMPLETELY GRIDLOCKED. SEVERAL VEHICLES AND BUSSES STUCK.

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Moving the closure on Hwy 38 down to Bryant. Per Scanner


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Here's a link to the CHP incident, only that frame covering 38 closure. It works in the Firefox browser, but not in some others:
[Click Here]

"I was goin' faster than I'd ever gone before, when I fell off."
- 'Little' from "Little Faus and Big Halsey"
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Sat Feb 26 2011, 01:04PM

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bc wrote ...

Here's a link to the CHP incident, only that frame covering 38 closure. It works in the Firefox browser, but not in some others:
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Hmm, link didn't work for me, and I am using firefox
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Sat Feb 26 2011, 01:06PM
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I use firefox and it didn't work for me either.


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Sat Feb 26 2011, 01:48PM

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bc wrote ...

Here's a link to the CHP incident, only that frame covering 38 closure. It works in the Firefox browser, but not in some others:
[Click Here]

Too many failures with that link, so use this one:
[Click Here]
Make sure it is the San Bernardino page (if not use the pull down menu at the upper left to get there), and navigate to the incident (started at 10:00AM). There are probably other SR38 incidents by now, so check the mile marker numbers if one is provided. Bigger numbers are closer to Big Bear.

"I was goin' faster than I'd ever gone before, when I fell off."
- 'Little' from "Little Faus and Big Halsey"
"Microsoft is very sorry."
- David Pogue, "The Missing Manual" series, Vista edition
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HWY 38 REOPENED AT 3PM (R3)

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