Bay Area Traffic
Large tree removed from Highway 4 connector ramp
CONTRA COSTA COUNTY, Calif. (KGO) -- A large eucalyptus tree fell onto a westbound Highway 4 connector to westbound 80.
The CHP was able to clear the tree quickly from the highway. Six cars either crashed into the tree or each other. There were no injuries. The damage to the cars was pretty minor and some of them were towed away.
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