Bay Area Traffic
Overturned beer truck temporarily blocked Hwy 17
SANTA CRUZ COUNTY, CA -- In the Santa Cruz Mountains, all lanes on Highway 17 near the summit have re-opened after a beer truck accident caused a big mess.
Witnesses say the tractor trailer hit an embankment just after 6:00 Thursday morning.
The southbound lanes of traffic were closed for several hours as officials cleaned up the highway.
No one was injured.
santa cruz county, highway 17, bay area traffic
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