Storm’s Violent Winds Topples Big Rig On Golden Gate Bridge
The tractor-trailer was toppled Saturday night on the famed bridge that connects San Francisco and other Bay Area cities.
- The weekend storm is considered the seventh in recent weeks coming off the Pacific Ocean – a weather pattern known as an “atmospheric rivers.”
- Traffic of the bridge was shut down in both directions from about 7-8 p.m. local time.
- California has since late December received over 30 inches of precipitation – with accompanying wind resulting in snow, flooding, mudslides, overflowing rivers and deaths.
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